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monotonous
used in As I Lay Dying

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Definition
lacking in variety — typically boring
  • It was as though, so long as the deceit ran along quiet and monotonous, all of us let ourselves be deceived,
    Section 32 — Darl (11) (69% in)
monotonous = dull (lacking variety)
  • The river itself is not a hundred yards across, and pa and Vernon and Vardaman and Dewey Dell are the only things in sight not of that single monotony of desolation leaning with, that terrific quality a little from right to left, as though we had reached the place where the motion of the wasted world accelerates just before the final precipice.
    Section 34 — Darl (12) (59% in)

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