week in, week out


: every week for many weeks : for a long time without stopping or changing
He has been working week in, week out with no vacation.

Examples of week in, week out in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Antony has rarely tried to take on his opposite man in the outside channels, causing immense frustration to those who watch him week in, week out. Liam Canning, Forbes, 28 Feb. 2024 They’re not used to facing tough conference competition, week in, week out. Gordon Monson, The Salt Lake Tribune, 12 July 2023 Under Solskjaer’s tutelage, Shaw has risen to the occasion and performed week in, week out for the whole season. Liam Canning, Forbes, 28 Apr. 2021 Others think because of limitations caused and restrictions imposed by the Honor Code, recruiting will not get the bounce necessary to consistently win, week in, week out, at the higher level. Gordon Monson, The Salt Lake Tribune, 29 Oct. 2022 For four months before every race, at his base in Kaptagat, Kenya, the fastest marathoner in history will churn through slight variations of the same workouts, week in, week out. Cathal Dennehy, Outside Online, 6 Nov. 2021 Mystery columnist Tom Nolan has been on the case—week in, week out—selecting from the most alluring books featuring misdeeds, murder and mayhem. Wsj Books Staff, WSJ, 11 Aug. 2021 The best teams in the National Football League (NFL) know who their quarterback is, week in, week out, season after season. Washington Post, 15 Oct. 2020 Some 150 million Americans tune in to the sport week in, week out. Kent Russell, Harper's Magazine, 15 Sep. 2020

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“Week in, week out.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/week%20in%2C%20week%20out. Accessed 21 May. 2024.

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