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  • Their voices were monotonous, thick, emphatic.
  • In details the men were unlike, yet they said the same things in the same hearty monotonous voices.
  • But the cabbage and Mrs. Calibree’s monotonous "I don’t know what we’re coming to with all this difficulty getting hired girls" were gumming her eyes with drowsiness.
  • It was an endurance of monotonous details, yet she asserted that she had found "real work."
  • They shrieked and giggled; peanut-roasters whistled; the merry-go-round pounded out monotonous music; the barkers bawled, "Here’s your chance—here’s your chance—come on here, boy—come on here—give that girl a good time—give her a swell time—here’s your chance to win a genuwine gold watch for five cents, half a dime, the twentieth part of a dollah!"

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  • The cafeteria food is good, but it gets monotonous after a while.
  • Nothing is so monotonous as the sea on a calm day

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