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over and over (again)

Again and again; many times; repeatedly. You've told me this story over and over already. I can't stop singing this one verse over and over again in my head.
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over and over (again)

repeatedly. She stamped her foot over and over again. Bill whistled the same song over and over.
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over and over

Also, over and over again. Repeatedly, many times, as in I've told you over and over that he can't eat spicy food. [Late 1500s] Also see again and again.
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ˌover and ˈover (aˈgain)

many times; repeatedly: Her doctor warned her over and over about the dangers of smoking.
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over and over

Again and again; repeatedly.
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