Synonyms for day-to-day
Antonyms for day-to-day
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DAY-TO-DAY
But the day-to-day existence must be kept in mind meanwhile.
This is the day-to-day existence in places as far apart as Moscow and the Balkans.
They give a day-to-day picture of the life of Rome and also of the man who wrote them.
The system of controls circumscribed individual freedoms and reached nearly every facet of day-to-day life.
It is a point of honour among us to know every kink and crotchet of day-to-day working.
His Spirit seeks to incarnate Himself in the day-to-day decisions of every responsible person in every sphere of his living.
He was as certain of it as he was of the day-to-day renewal of his strength and vitality; and he could afford to wait.
The other, much more critical, source is to be found in common- sense human interaction, in day-to-day human experience.
From day-to-day, they endeavoured to entrap Toussaint; but he knew it, surrounded as he was by faithful and vigilant friends.
This new brotherhood is an outgrowth of day-to-day relations in an industrial community.