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used in Death of a Salesman

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lacking in variety — typically boring
  • He is horrified and turns his head toward WILLY'S room, still dimly lit, from which the strains of LINDA'S desperate but monotonous humming rise.
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monotonous = lacking in variety in tone and rhythm
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