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- adv. Repeatedly; again and again; many times.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. repeatedly; again and again.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. repeatedly
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By accepting this false appearance, this person is powerlessly drawn into lust and hatred, accumulating karma and being born over and over again in a round of pain.
I read about Michael Schoeffling over and over again.
And it was just the same old thing, over and over again, recalls McGurk.
Evelyn Hutchinson gathered around himself at Yale a small circle of extraordinary graduate students, to whom he was teaching evolutionary theory and “stressing over and over again that ecology needs an evolutionary twist.”
They show up over and over again in the collections of the legendary Latin überdesigner Oscar de la Renta.
I reread Sally J. over and over again, always marveling at the way Judy Blume had perfectly captured my life.
Paper bathed in a golden glow from the two-wicked lamp, he dipped one of his steel pens into the inkwell and began to write with scant hesitation; what he wanted to say had already been rehearsed in his mind over and over again.
I close my eyes and repeat this mantra over and over again, but when I peek through my lashes which are lusciously thick, thanks to the two coats of Chanel mascara I applied before de-boarding, the awful people are still standing in front of me.
The Republicans had the same answer over and over again: “Allen Raymond did everything—and he did it all by himself!”
She saw something leaping out over the white-crested caps, making tiny little arcs, over and over again.