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day by day

adverb as in day after day

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They logged every incident and released depressing day-by-day accounts of the carnage.

The data is collected by month, but by clicking on a month, you can drill down a step further into the day-by-day activity.

Each was in a day-by-day survival mode—each in his own way yearning for self-worth.

The traffic story is similarly well-articulated, though recent day-by-day stats are hard to find.

All this, says the American former diplomat, amounts to a “day-by-day divestiture of government authority.”

Whereas we day-by-day people, if it do blow and if it do lighten, and the waves are avilanches, we've nothing to lose.

Following is an examination of the day-by-day account of Fletcher.

The interest of the story turns on the day-by day developments which show the young wife the price she has paid.

It is a day-by-day consolidation, not only of interest or experience, but of satisfactions.

The interest of the story turns on the day-by-day developments which show the young wife the price she has paid.

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On this page you'll find 38 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to day by day, such as: constantly, day-to-day, everyday, often, periodic, and regular.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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