Definition of 'once again'
Example sentences containing 'once again'
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The country voted Leave and he once again goes against the nation. The Sun (2016)Porsche has once again gone for discreet styling changes. The Sun (2008)She can think and talk once again! Christianity Today (2000)But the lure of his old club has once again brought him back into the game. The Sun (2008) Yet once again he was happy to shun the limelight and turn the attention to his captain. The Sun (2007)Now the two women are going into battle once again. The Sun (2012)Countries outside the single currency will have to think once again about the price of economic union. Times, Sunday Times (2008) And once again it left a centreback hanging his head in shame at the ease with which he was brushed off. The Sun (2013)And last night he vowed to find out who was responsible for landing the troubled singer back in hospital once again. The Sun (2008)Much of the world held its breath and wondered once again what was happening to Washington. Preventing World War III - A Realistic Grand Strategy (1988) Yet once again the buried memory tried to rise, bringing with it a cold shudder. A Time of War (1993) Yet once again, studies suggest it fails to live up to the hype. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The French cavalry had come streaming back and once again the conflict might go either way. Man of Honour (2007)Literary culture inflamed and distorted the spy threat, yet once again that threat was real. Times, Sunday Times (2010)By the time you receive this letter, she will once again be back in hospital. Behind Closed Doors - advice for families with violence in the home (1988)They have come here for the last 20 years wanting to win and we have to make sure they go home miserable once again. The Sun (2008)His arm had once again gone AWOL. Times, Sunday Times (2014)So his beloved Matilda lives, but has once again gone missing. Times, Sunday Times (2014) Yet once again he took over a business in decline, amid economic collapse in Spain. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Now I once again think otherwise. BomberThat's just what will happen, proving once again that you should be careful what you wish for. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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