iterative

[it-uh-rey-tiv, -er-uh-tiv]
adjective
1.
repeating; making repetition; repetitious.
2.
Grammar, frequentative.

Origin:
1480–90; < Late Latin iterātīvus. See iterate, -ive

iteratively, adverb
iterativeness, noun
uniterative, adjective
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iterative (ˈɪtərətɪv)
 
adj
1.  repetitious or frequent
2.  maths, logic See recursion another word for recursive
3.  grammar another word for frequentative
 
iteratively
 
adv
 
iterativeness
 
n

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Example sentences
The idea of iteratively improving courses with contributions from an
  increasingly expert core of contributors is interesting too.
Myths may be chaotic attractors in the space of iteratively mapped narratives.
Results are iteratively fed back into design and development.
Within each phase of program development, there are several related steps,
  which often happen concurrently or iteratively.
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