same old-same old

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same old-same old (uncountable)

  1. Alternative form of same old same old
    • 2012, Tom Wooten, We Shall Not Be Moved: Rebuilding Home in the Wake of Katrina, ISBN 0807044644:
      Broadmoor didn't want the same old-same old, and so the idea, through the education committee, was to have a charter school here in Broadmoor.
    • 2014, Becca Sinh, The Chieftain's Daughter, ISBN 1312368675:
      "Pretty much the same old-same old," she lied with an idle shrug. "The faces change every night, but the party never ends."
    • 2016, Bryan Fletcher, Legend of the Mighty Sparrow, ISBN 1524624470:
      Many people and systems do not fully realize the seismic shift underway, a historic employment crisis, a K-wave in the United States of America and especially around the world, the new world order, yet same old-same old, until it affects them, by which time it is often too late, and there is not enough time to adjust before the sudden impact.
    • 2017, Gold’s Gym, The Total Fitness Manual: Transform Your Body in 12 Weeks, ISBN 1681882523:
      These routines alleviate the boredom of those “same old-same old” workouts, plus you can perform them on your usual equipment simply by modifying your routine.