Definition of day after day in US English:

day after day

phrase

  • On each successive day over a long period.

    ‘the rain poured down day after day’
    • ‘It's getting worse day after day, and no one has been able to put an end to it.’
    • ‘A Selby burglar who targeted the same shop, day after day, has been jailed for three-and-a-half years.’
    • ‘Without question, it takes more than just good players to lure people out here day after day.’
    • ‘This continued day after day, till late at night when Kano was at the point of exhaustion.’
    • ‘Working in an air conditioned building day after day certainly hasn't helped.’
    • ‘The bridge has been making news for the wrong reasons almost day after day.’
    • ‘I would like to focus on crimes against women, which are mounting day after day.’
    • ‘I doubt she read all of it, though I do recall the reading going on day after day for what seemed an eternity.’
    • ‘I don't know how much longer I could have gone on, seeing good theatre day after day.’
    • ‘She said it was very sad to see the building falling into disrepair day after day.’
    • ‘Like his mother and his grandmother, he combed his hair day after day, collecting the hair that came loose.’
    • ‘I stood there on the streets, day after day, during those demonstrations.’
    • ‘I watched the flower in our backyard, day after day, as the huge purple petals unfolded.’
    • ‘I remember thinking, right in that moment, how he must wear away the streets, pacing up and down, day after day.’
    • ‘They would linger together, day after day, inhaling the scents of this faraway world.’
    • ‘There was only one tree outside her grandmother's house, and Rose sat underneath it day after day.’
    • ‘If the media play the same theme day after day, the masses will accept it as fact, even in the absence of evidence.’
    • ‘The Little owls are often out during the day and often perch in the same place day after day.’
    • ‘Why would anybody report to work day after day to a place they simply detest?’
    • ‘In the first three or four years, ballet means repeating several basic skills day after day.’
    repeatedly, again and again, over and over, over and over again, time and again, time and time again, frequently, often, many times, many a time, time after time, on many occasions, many times over
    daily, every day, a day at a time
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