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Definition of "day after day" []

  • For an indefinite number of days. (adverb)

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Use "day after day" in a sentence
  • "Because the bazaar was two blocks long and adjacent to the Gizri School for Girls, it was nearly impossible to walk by day after day without getting drawn in by the enticing apparel."
  • "We dug bunkers and bomb shelters at the edges of Arboretum forests and expected the bombardment to commence with any given dawn, the government hoping to catch us asleep with our children, but day after day we went unattacked while night after night our numbers grew as more people became disaffected with the government."
  • "I had rejoined my International Club; saw a lot of my 90th Congressional friends; spent day after day with Andy Stewart; had twelve to twenty-five people over every Sunday after church for cookouts; carpooled; and worked as a volunteer at the Washington Home, which was a nursing home."
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