samey

samey

(ˈseɪmɪ)
adj
informal monotonous; repetitive; unvaried
Translations

samey

[ˈseɪmɪ] ADJ (pej) [song] → machacón
I find her books very sameyme parece que sus libros son todos iguales

samey

adj (inf)eintönig, dasselbe in Grün (inf)

samey

[ˈseɪmɪ] adj (Brit) (fam) (unvaried) → tutto/a uguale
References in classic literature ?
All the samey, something's got to be done about it.
Bath and shower products can all be a little samey, but when we opened the box housing Superdrug's Limited Edition Sweet Shop range, we just had to take them home.
A lot of the new stadiums look nice but are a bit samey.
Jetpacks' third album is serious, earnest guitar indie which can grow a little samey over the course of 11 tracks but at times (on the Glasvegas-ey Peace Sign) genuinely excites.
These cop shows can be pretty samey and it was one variation that I didn't think had been done.
Mozart Requiem City of Birmingham Choir/Orchestra of the Swan at Symphony Hall FROM Karl Jenkins to Mozart in two weeks - it's a busy and varied life in the City of Birmingham Choir; and Saturday's all-Mozart concert promised much greater variety than the samey offerings delivered previously by the other chap.
Closer High Castles, lifted from the See You All In Hell EP, is possibly the stand-out track on a sometimes samey record.
My only gripe would be that regardless of the combat system's innovative attempts, all hack and slash games feel a bit samey to me.
LA is fun to start with but then it gets very samey," the Sun quoted her as saying.
Anderson's likely return would boost an attack which struggled to make inroads in the second Test at Lord's, with a samey pace trio of man-mountain Chris Tremlett and the gangly Stuart Broad and Steven Finn lacking control and penetration.
Finally, to stop your look getting too samey, add the occasional splash of a third colour - aqua blue is very popular right now, and works well to add a little zestiness, but pink, black, navy and red can all be very effective too.