What's the difference between "over and over again" and "again and again"? Are there any subtle hues in meaning?


Perhaps "over and over again" has a slightly more negative connotation, in that the repetitive behavior is both undesirable and unnecessary.

But the difference is very subtle, and either expression would serve in the majority of situations.

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