Idiom:  year in, year out

Meaning

Idiom:  year in, year out

  • every year for many years

Example sentences

  • He worked at the company year in, year out for decades before he was laid off.
  • Year in, year out we used to go to the beach for a month but now it’s too expensive.
  • We went to that restaurant year in, year out until they changed management and the food went downhill. 
  • Our business has been very busy year in, year out since so many technology companies came to the area.
  • I got so tired of driving through rush-hour traffic year in, year out that I told my employer I'd have to telecommute or quit.
  • You've been such good clients year in, year out that we wanted to show our appreciation by giving you your next car service absolutely free of charge.
  • We used to have heavy snow year in, year out in the winters but last year was exceptionally warm and just rained a lot.
  • Year in, year out we drive to the west coast, taking 4-5 weeks to see sights along the way.

Synonyms

  • year after year


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