repeated

[ri-pee-tid]
adjective
done, made, or said again and again: repeated attempts.

Origin:
1605–15; repeat + -ed2

repeatedly, adverb
nonrepeated, adjective
unrepeated, adjective
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repeated (rɪˈpiːtɪd)
 
adj
done, made, or said again and again; continual or incessant
 
re'peatedly
 
adv

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Word Origin & History

repeat
late 14c., from O.Fr. repeter "say or do again, get back, demand the return of" (13c.), from L. repetere "do or say again, attack again," from re- "again" + petere "go toward, seek, demand, attack" (see petition). Specific meaning "to take a course of education over again"
is recorded from 1945, Amer.Eng. The noun is first recorded 1556.
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Example sentences
Repeatedly removing top growth eventually weakens tubers.
Fire ants may relocate if their nests are repeatedly drenched with boiling or
  soapy water.
The interior has been renovated repeatedly over the past century.
With one hand she seems to pin him to the ground, and with the other stabs him
  repeatedly.
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