unrepeated

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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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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