Associations to the word «Daily»


DAILY, adjective. Quotidian, that occurs every day, or at least every working day
DAILY, adjective. Diurnal, by daylight, as opposed to nightly
DAILY, adverb. Quotidianly, every day
DAILY, adverb. Diurnally, by daylight
DAILY, noun. A newspaper that is published every day.
DAILY, noun. (UK) a cleaner who comes in daily.
DAILY, noun. (UK) (slang) a daily disposable.
DAILY, noun. (video games) A quest in a massively multiplayer online game that can be repeated every day for cumulative rewards.
DAILY AVERAGE REVENUE TRADES, noun. (finance) A metric used by brokers to represent the number of trades the broker can expect to make revenue from in a day
DAILY BREAD, noun. All those things, such as regular food and water, needed to sustain physical life.
DAILY BREAD, noun. (by extension) All those things, such as regular prayer, worship and meditation, needed to sustain spiritual life
DAILY DEVOTIONAL, noun. A publication that provides a specific spiritual reading for each calendar day.
DAILY DEVOTIONALS, noun. Plural of daily devotional
DAILY DISPOSABLE, noun. (UK) A type of contact lens that can be used for one day only and is thrown away at the end of the day when it is no longer needed.
DAILY DISPOSABLES, noun. Plural of daily disposable
DAILY GRIND, noun. (idiomatic) The difficult, routine, or monotonous tasks of daily work.
DAILY PAPER, noun. Synonym of daily. (noun, sense 1); a newspaper that is published daily.
DAILY PAPERS, noun. Plural of daily paper

Dictionary definition

DAILY, noun. A newspaper that is published every day.
DAILY, adverb. Every day; without missing a day; "he stops by daily".
DAILY, adverb. Gradually and progressively; "his health weakened day by day".
DAILY, adjective. Of or belonging to or occurring every day; "daily routine"; "a daily paper".
DAILY, adjective. Appropriate for ordinary or routine occasions; "casual clothes"; "everyday clothes".

Wise words

Every day we should hear at least one little song, read one good poem, see one exquisite picture, and, if possible, speak a few sensible words.
Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe