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daily

adjective accustomed, common, diurnal, habitual, ordinary, quotidian, quotidie, regular, usual
Associated concepts: daily attendance, daily balance, daily occupation, daily output, daily publication, daily rate of pay, daily wages
See also: habitual, ordinary, usual

daily

every day, including Sundays.
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The richness of the play comes in the dailiness of the King family's life: a game of dominoes that brings the men together and reveals their deep affections; a playful caper with the brothers bonding when they kidnap a neighbor's garden gnome; the discovery of a forgotten Temptations cassette that summons sweet memories and the aching realization of unfulfilled dreams.
They seemed in no way fazed by these developments and in fact seemed to relish the dailiness of their own lives, as Susie explained.
On what traditionally has been labeled Good Shepherd Sunday, we get an odd pairing of the first ten verses of John 10 with the well-known passage from Acts that considers all that has happened in the first two chapters, and thrusts the fledgling community into its ongoing dailiness, where the faithful devoted themselves "to the apostles' teaching and fellowship, to the breaking of bread and the prayers" (v.
Indeed, in 1988 Lorraine York published The Other Side of Dailiness, a book-length study of the role of photography in the works of Timothy Findley, Alice Munro, Michael Ondaatje and Margaret Laurence.
Grief comes in waves, paroxysms, sudden apprehensions that weaken the knees and blind the eyes and obliterate the dailiness of life" [p.
The strategy is particularly evident in Wordsworth's characterization of the narrative's importance, his problematic but revealing use of the word "public," his conceptualization of dailiness, and his depiction of news.
Velocity pervaded everything," writes Hamill: "ideas visions, the dailiness of street life.
The dailiness of diaries, Bettina Aptheker argues, helps reveal "the patterns women create and the meanings women invent each day and over time as a result of their labours.
Maynard's reading of Walden offers only a modest commentary on the dailiness of his life there (putting pen to paper is, after all, not exactly a dramatic tale), with no parsing of its contents.
Though at this stage of my own life, for example, I want nothing other than the comfort and dailiness of an ongoing, committed relationship, at earlier periods in my life I didn't want that at all.
The gnarled fingers and opened mouths of dailiness, dailiness made heroic by seizure and stone, tell us backwards and forwards, What you have now you will have forever.