order of the day

NOUN
  1. the order of business for an assembly on a given day
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How To Use order of the day In A Sentence

  • Ridiculous salaries and back-scratching seems to have been the order of the day. The Sun
  • Light baiting with stringers was the order of the day, just to give the fish something to home in on.
  • Textual criticism and emendation was the order of the day for scholars, with translation, prose and verse composition, and the study of metrical forms being the staple for students.
  • The competitions were very tight last Saturday and Thursday with countbacks the order of the day, and you had to have 50 pts to win the major trophies.
  • Bungee jumping, a fun fair, car boot, craft and charity stalls will be the order of the day.
  • Places (we often called them that instead of farms) that I knew about all had either stairs or backstairs to the servants quarters, so I was quite surprised to see that at Beamish ladders had been the order of the day.
  • As for the colonies in Asia and Africa, authoritarian paternalism - not self-government - was the order of the day.
  • Yes, Professor, online sources and resources have indeed become the order of the day - wherein quality standards go for a toss, and reference editing expertise gets 'outsmarted'! On Chambers
  • Sexual explicitness is the order of the day.
  • Savage repression, foreign intervention, civil war, counter-revolution and the return of the old guard had become the order of the day. Egypt has halted the drive to derail the Arab revolution | Seumas Milne
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