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back–to–back

adjective

Synonyms and Antonyms of back–to–back

  1. following one after another without others coming in between <the new governor was soon facing several back-to-back crises> Synonyms back-to-back, sequent, sequential, straight, succeeding, successional, successiveRelated Words serial; constant, continuous, uninterrupted; ensuing, following, later, next, posterior, subsequentNear Antonyms in seriesAntonyms inconsecutive, inconsequent, nonconsecutive, nonsequential




back–to–back

adverb

Synonyms and Antonyms of back–to–back

  1. in succession without others coming in between <the three movies in the series were filmed back-to-back so that the cast members wouldn't age visibly on screen> Synonyms back-to-back, hand running [dialect], running, sequentially, seriatim, successionally, successively, togetherRelated Words serially; constantly, continually, continuingly, continuously, night and day, repeatedly, unceasingly, uninterruptedly; subsequentlyNear Antonyms discontinuously, intermittently, interruptedly




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