day-and-night[ nahyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF day-and-night
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DAY-AND-NIGHT
This is, of course, a day-and-night or light-and-darkness myth.
After one day-and-night cycle, they found that it was uninhabitable.
After a hard fortnight of day-and-night work he was ordered a few days off, and sulkily resigned himself to inaction.
The night was cold and wet, and thus terminated the fourth day-and-night's difficulties, trials, and dangers!
At the end of three days of self-starving and of day-and-night work, he had collected ninety-four cents.
It was another case of day-and-night work to put the mechanism into condition for production.
It's a day-and-night rush job to get her in commission, and you'll be paid time and a half while she's repairing.
The day-and-night fear of detection in which Dave had lived for all these weeks had wrecked his self-control at last.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR DAY-AND-NIGHT
- dragged out
- no end of
- no end to
- on a treadmill
- spun out
- strung out