What is the adverb for repetitiveness?

What's the adverb for repetitiveness? Here's the word you're looking for.

repeatably
  1. In a repeatable manner, capable of being repeated.
repeatedly
  1. Done several times or in repetition.
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  3. Examples:
    1. “Neruda repeatedly spoke for persecuted writers, including, or especially, those with whom he disagreed.”
      “Later on, the caffeine seems to wear off, and torpid ballads take over as the singer ventures repeatedly into a strained falsetto.”
      “The white and tortoiseshell cat is very affectionate, but repeatedly ignored because of her age.”
repetitiously
  1. In a repetitious manner.
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  3. Examples:
    1. “Thousands of workers were stationed along a conveyor-belt-driven assembly line, each repetitiously adding parts to Ford's Model T car.”
      “Its editorial pages have expressed an over-the-top pre-emptive enthusiasm, arguing the case as repetitiously as the president and nearly as cockily as his chief advisor.”
      “That is precisely what the mental health profession repetitiously tells us, considering that an enormous amount of tax subsidies has a great deal of influence on this issue.”
repetitively
  1. In a repetitive manner.
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  3. Examples:
    1. “When a horse weaves he is basically walking in place, swaying his front and neck from side to side repetitively.”
      “It was no use, he could not forget about what his mother had drilled into him repetitively when he was a boy.”
      “Her transformation from spectator to spectacle is signified repetitively by the gesture of removing her glasses.”
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