One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
All the time; constantly.‘she studied night and day’
all the time, the entire time, around the clock, day and night, morning, noon, and night, day in, day out, without a break, ceaselessly, endlessly, incessantly, interminably, constantly, unceasingly, perpetually, permanently, continuously, continually, eternally, unremittingly, remorselessly, relentlesslyView synonyms
- ‘The pyres burn night and day but it is illegal to photograph them.’
- ‘Today you hear these infernal machines going night and day.’
- ‘You can labour night and day to give them a world that's comprehensible.’
- ‘Would it be better if the city were dependent for its wealth on huge factories belching out pollution night and day?’
- ‘As the words flowed night and day, we felt we were giving voice to a new generation of rebels.’
- ‘We do know that he's working night and day to acquire a nuclear weapon and perhaps to build one.’
- ‘Put simply, Scotland has to watch and listen, night and day, to every little thing that affects English sporting teams.’
- ‘I thought that was amazing, but then I realised that the woman was half-mad and would call on me night and day.’
- ‘During the past week, the people involved in the project have worked night and day to have the centre ready for the opening.’
- ‘For that last 18 months of his life she had always been by his side, night and day.’
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