day after day

ADVERB
  1. for an indefinite number of successive days
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How To Use day after day In A Sentence

  • Anybody who has ever been on a North Queensland pastoral lease knows that you can go 20, 30, 40 miles day after day and all you will see is a few brumbies and some wild pigs; you will not see any cattle anywhere.
  • Day after day thousands of people die of confessing their loyalty to the Tokugawa shogunate.
  • We have security buzzers for entry to our flats and night after night, day after day, they ring the buzzer.
  • It's one thing to get some exercise; it's something else to repeatedly, day after day, show off in spandex before a horde of newspapermen.
  • But to read day after day in the paper, this golden domesday-book, the lists of rich people who ate terrapin together, or danced together in lace frills and white cravats afterwards, and to read it with avidity, is what might be done in some world of satire. From the Easy Chair — Volume 01
  • Day after day I have obtained more satisfactory results, and now I look upon Apis mellifica as the greatest polychrest, next to Aconite, which we possess. Apis Mellifica or, The Poison of the Honey-Bee, Considered as a Therapeutic Agent
  • He is drawn to the lanes of the city day after day, his camera capturing images of locksmiths, shoemakers, barbers, tailors and residents going about their daily affairs.
  • And this really is a pity, and this is a shame, because what does that mean for United Nations to expulse people who are fighting day after day at the local level to change what's happening, to try to defend the poor people, to defend the farmers, the indigenous people and so on? Democracy Now!
  • I wonder what he thinks about while he pushes his mower, day after day.
  • Day after day we're treated to an over-long British news sequence covering the ‘events’ of the preceding twenty-four hours on the campaign trail, and nit-picking over the meaning of the latest polls.
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