[ UK /dˈa‍ɪəɹi/ ]
[ US /ˈdaɪɝi, ˈdaɪɹi/ ]
NOUN
  1. a daily written record of (usually personal) experiences and observations
  2. a personal journal (as a physical object)
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How To Use diary In A Sentence

  • I am sure his daughter in ice-bound Toronto appreciates a diary that provides useful information like when Vesak Day is.
  • There's no entry in his diary for that day.
  • Particularly true now as more areas are organising summer courses and events for you to attend and include in your diary.
  • I never kept a diary when I was growing up but I did receive them as Christmas presents and loved the idea of documenting my daily and dull doings.
  • So put those dates in your diary or pass them on to friends or relatives who visit at that time.
  • For a squeamish diary writer it was enough to send me to the editor's well-stocked drinks cabinet for a nip of his favourite barley wine.
  • These issues are being played out in Britain because it has become the focus of this incendiary global conflict.
  • He was staring down at the diary on the floor, which had fallen open when it had landed.
  • If head-to-toe leopard seems a bit too Big Cat Diary to appeal, then a waterproof rucksack or bumbag in the same print are an easy way to add a distinctive touch to a more classic outfit. The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed
  • While he pours her feelings out, she treads very carefully and doesn't make the reader feel as though they are crashing into her personal life or snooping into her diary.
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