monotonously monotonously


  • (adv) in a monotonous manner


  1. What must be said is that the new movie is simply awful: poorly structured, vulgarly written, insipidly directed, monotonously performed.
  2. Chandu monotonously rescues them from his clutches to which they monotonously return.
  3. On a stretch of Manhattan's lower East Side once ridden with slums, the clean, monotonously similar buildings of Stuyvesant Town stand as a symbol of housing progress.


  • Have We All Become Desensitized to Miguel Cabrera's Dominance Post-Triple Crown?

    Miguel Cabrera is so consistently, monotonously, routinely great year in and year out, there's really only one word to appropriately describe his production. Boring. That's right. What Cabrera is doing so far in 2013, a season in which he's actually (gasp) been better than last year's American League MVP-winning and Triple Crown-capturing campaign, is so very remarkably...boring. Sure, the ...
    on June 27, 2013     Source: Bleacher Report


  1. Precisely on the issue Mrs. Kirchner asked from those who inform "not to create a feeling that does not exist," saying that "the stories are not always the same, they are not repeated monotonously."
    on Nov 9, 2009 By: Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner Source: MercoPress

  2. In a 1921 pamphlet, Rodchenko wrote that "the evolution of colour has passed through only two stages: from grey to brown, then from brown to pure colour and back again, in monotonously regular alteration".
    on Feb 9, 2009 By: Alexander Rodchenko Source:

  3. Anatole Kaletsky says that a Rip Van Winkle who woke to see Mr Brown deliver his statement would see "a bored-looking accountant, droning his way monotonously through long lists of meaningless figures".
    on Dec 7, 2006 By: Anatole Kaletsky Source: BBC News

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