Definition of 'again and again'
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They are easier to paint and you can wear them again and again. The Sun (2014)Then you can do it again and again. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It is the sort of goal you can watch again and again. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Being jolted out of restorative deep sleep again and again can lead to health problems. Times, Sunday Times (2009)And can be used again and again and again! Times, Sunday Times (2013)So be sure to set it to record on your planner so you can watch it again and again. The Sun (2012)Not for a special night out, but somewhere you can go back again and again. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The same thing can be done again and again across all the chromosomes, to allow screening for multiple genes. Times, Sunday Times (2008)But because you can replay these images again and again and again, people can become very attached to them. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Instead, go for a few fabulous handmade features, especially ones you can use again and again. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Again and again, the spider attempted to build a web across the cave; again and again it failed. Times, Sunday Times (2011)To fire up the whole family's imagination, splash out on an activity book you can use again and again. The Sun (2013)Sport tells us such archetypal tales again and again; that's one of the reasons why we love the stuff. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Again and again you can call into the night, begging for a rescuer with a ladder and strong arms - but nobody comes. Times, Sunday Times (2007)A pot crammed full of bulbs can flower again and again, and works out far cheaper than bunches of bought, cut flowers. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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