- 1Happening or used every day; daily: everyday chores like shopping and houseworkMore example sentences
- It helps your eyes blink, pushes you off the chair, allows you to run and do your everyday chores.
- She was unable to carry out the simplest everyday chores and had had to abandon her previous job as a food hawker.
- How many times does something happen in everyday life that seems like a terrible tragedy?
- 1.1Commonplace: everyday drugs like aspirinMore example sentences
- The everyday familiarity of chicken makes the threat seem all the more plausible.
- Now most of the guys he fought were just plain, everyday working men, mind you.
- Nickel and iron are important elements used in a variety of everyday materials.
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- Each day; daily: I get up at six every dayMore example sentences
- I like the round up show they do everyday.
- Sure, the girls had to wear the same dress everyday.
- I read the phrase in the newspaper nearly everyday.
The adjective everyday, meaning ‘happening or used every day’ or ‘commonplace’ ( everyday chores ), is written as one word, whereas the adverb meaning ‘each day, daily’ ( I get up at six every day ) is written as two.