One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Every week without exception.
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 overrepeatedly, 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, day after day, on many occasions, many times overView synonyms
- ‘He wants to be playing for Celtic week in, week out.’
- ‘These people do a marvellous job week in, week out.’
- ‘‘We have a vandalism problem all the time, week in, week out,’ Mr White told The Democrat.’
- ‘Murray seems to have realised he is not fit enough to stand the rigours of competing at the highest level, week in, week out.’
- ‘He always gives 100 per cent week in, week out, is a very consistent player and is somebody youngsters can look up to.’
- ‘We are building up a loyal following now of people who come week in, week out to see us and that is what we had hoped for.’
- ‘Unlike the European Ryder Cup side, most of the players in the President's Cup play against each other week in, week out on the PGA Tour.’
- ‘Leicester have been playing together week in, week out.’
- ‘As long as he's up there, he won't be playing against top class opposition week in, week out.’
- ‘Our loyal supporters who turn out week in, week out always have plenty to say and they ask questions - and want answers.’
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