day of the week

NOUN
  1. any one of the seven days in a week
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How To Use day of the week In A Sentence

  • Again, there was a place in the binder for him to record his strengthening exercise repetitions, sets, intensity, and frequency on each day of the week.
  • That's the same as a full jumbo jet crashing at Heathrow every day of the week and two on Sunday.
  • Mr. Belmore presented the radiantly clean and peaceful aspect of the man who has risen at nine o'clock instead of the customary seven, and bathed and dressed in the sweet unhurried calm that belongs only to the first day of the week, poking dilatorily among chiffonier drawers, discovering hitherto forgotten garments in his closet, and leisurely fumbling over a change of shirt-studs before coming down to consume the breakfast kept waiting for him. The Happiest Time
  • Saturday is the Jewish sabbath, whereas for Muslims the holiest day of the week is Friday.
  • The selection features borscht, perogies, cabbage rolls, kolbassa and a daily special for each day of the week (including roast pork on Mondays and turkey with dressing on Fridays).
  • a digressive allusion to the day of the week
  • It serves as a key source of information and entertainment, known as infotainment, as well as other mobility exploiting applications while being our side - by our side every hour of the day, every day of the week. SeekingAlpha.com: Home Page
  • On the first day of the week he would get the carriage ready, and when his master had started, he would walk several miles across the fields to meeting, and back; but, as he was certain to be faulted, and sometimes even "cuffed," if not at home in time to take the horses, on the arrival of the family, he always left the congregation before the completion of the service. Memoir of Quamino Buccau, a Pious Methodist
  • Remember when four-wheel drives were driven by people who had more than one coloured swannie and had different gumboots for every day of the week?
  • And whoosh, the first day of the week winds to a close.
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