day in and day out

  1. without respite
    he plays chess day in and day out
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  • Is this the public for which the Israel Defense Forces is fighting day in and day out? Matthew Yglesias » After the Two-State Solution
  • Day in and day out the men in khaki lay down their lives for the call of duty.
  • These images highlight the dangers that police officers face day in and day out while patrolling the streets. The Sun
  • And now I work here day in and day out, and I make a good living, but boy, I tell you cause you'll never know it, there's nothing like chasing the hounds after a cossie fleeing through the forest-edge. Enjoyment
  • It would electrify some of my friends who have accused me of representing the kid-gloved element in politics if they could see me galloping over the plains, day in and day out, clad in a buckskin shirt and leather chaparajos, with a big sombrero on my head. Roosevelt in the Bad Lands
  • YET ANOTHER endless, mind-numbing forty-seven page long blurb from victoria, who day in and day out thinks her uppity, doctorly opinions are welcome, relavant, superior, not coma-inducing... "Anna Nicole Smith embodied America... its overabundance; its exploitability, and its propensity to exploit."
  • She cried day in and day out, and cried herself blind.
  • If the fanatics who are preoccupied day in and day out with their salvation were healthy, virtuous, and wise, the Laodiceanism of the ordinary man might be regarded as a deplorable shortcoming; but, as a matter of fact, no more frightful misfortune could threaten us than a general spread of fanaticism. Getting Married
  • Then how does it behove a government bound by the Constitution and laws to spread such lies and canards day in and day out about the educational institutions of the country's largest religious minority?
  • You and Mr. James are awfully good to me, and I can put up with Mr. Morrison, though he's a doited old thing, and I like my work, but coming here in the morning and going home at night, day in and day out, it drives me crazy. The Judge
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