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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 of back–to–back back-to-back, sequent, sequential, straight, succeeding, successional, successiveWords Related to back–to–back serial; constant, continuous, uninterrupted; ensuing, following, later, next, posterior, subsequentNear Antonyms of back–to–back in seriesAntonyms of back–to–back 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 of back–to–back back-to-back, hand running [dialect], running, sequentially, seriatim, successionally, successively, togetherWords Related to back–to–back serially; constantly, continually, continuingly, continuously, night and day, repeatedly, unceasingly, uninterruptedly; subsequentlyNear Antonyms of back–to–back discontinuously, intermittently, interruptedly


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