day in, day out

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day in, day out

  1. (idiomatic) Every day; daily; constantly or continuously (especially, of something that has become routine or monotonous).
    Even if you like peanut butter sandwiches, eating the same sandwiches day in, day out will get old.
    • 2022 January 26, John Crosse, “When the tide turned to a safer railway...”, in RAIL, number 949, page 52:
      There were derailments happening day in and day out, due in part to 'shunting mishaps' but more frequently involving wagons in freight trains due to a combination of poor track and speed.

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