(Verbs). To be few, etc.

    To render few, reduce, diminish the number, weed, weed out, prick off, eliminate, thin, thin out, decimate.

    (Adjectives). Few, scanty, rare, sparse, thinly scattered, hardly or scarcely any, reduced, thinned, weeded, etc., unrepeated.

    (Phrases). Few and far between; rari nantes in gurgite vasto.

  • Repetition (Substantives), iteration, reiteration, harping, recurrence 136, recrudescence, tautology, monotony, cuckoo-note, chimes, repetend, echo, burden of a song, refrain, renewal, rehearsal, rechauffé, rehash. See 19.
  • Cuckoo, mocking-bird, mimic, imitator, parrot.

    Periodicity 138, frequency 136.

    (Verbs). To repeat, iterate, reiterate 535, renew, reproduce, echo, re-echo, drum, rehearse, redouble, recrudesce, reappear, hammer.

    (Phrases). Do or say over again; ring the changes on; to harp on the same string; to din or drum in the ear; to conjugate in all its moods, tenses, and inflexions; to begin again, recommence.

    (Adjectives). Repeated 136, repetitional, repetitionary, repetitive, recurrent, recurring, reiterated, renewed, ever-recurring, thick-coming, monotonous, harping, mocking, chiming, aforesaid.

    (Phrases). Regular as clockwork; "Ecce iterum Crispinus"; crambe repetita.

    (Adverbs). Repeatedly, often 136, again, anew, over again, afresh, ding-dong, ditto, encore, de novo, da capo. See Twice 90.

    (Phrases). Toties quoties; again and again; in quick succession; over and over again; ever and anon; time after time; year after year; times out of number; usque ad nauseam.

  • Infinity (Substantives), infinitude.
  • (Adjectives). Infinite, numberless, innumerable, countless, sumless, untold, unnumbered, unsummed, incalculable, unlimited, limitless, illimitable, immeasurable, unmeasured, measureless, unbounded, boundless, endless, interminable, unfathomable, exhaustless, termless, indefinite, without number, without limit, unending.

    (Adverbs). Infinitely, etc., without measure, limit, etc., ad infinitum, world without end.

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