[ US /ˈɛvɹiˈdeɪ/ ]
[ UK /ˈɛvɹɪdˌe‍ɪ/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. appropriate for ordinary or routine occasions
    casual clothes
    everyday clothes
  2. found in the ordinary course of events
    it was a routine day
    a placid everyday scene
    there's nothing quite like a real...train conductor to add color to a quotidian commute
  3. commonplace and ordinary
    the familiar everyday world
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How To Use everyday In A Sentence

  • If there was one thing everyday Americans didn't want to hear, it was self-involved celebrities trashing the president.
  • Last night as I slept I dreamed everyday dreams - I can't even remember now what they were.
  • Murder, rape, road rage, dacoities and rampant acts of terrorism have become an everyday affair in all the provincial capitals including the federal capital. Whether A Dictator Or Democrat: Please Explain
  • Following three young people with dwarfism, with the focus on normal everyday challenges. Times, Sunday Times
  • Hundreds die everyday without the seemliness of a proper investigation since there is never anyone to care.
  • Being alone, working overtime everyday in Germany totally rocks!
  • What was supposedly impossible, rapid large swings in currency values, became an almost everyday event.
  • Everyday there will be an opportunity to smile or to frown, to dance or to drown, to be glad or sad. It's a choice! RVM 
  • Choose illustrative examples from the children's everyday experience.
  • I am not for the word becoming part of the common, everyday vernacular, but it still is.
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