present day[ prez-uh nt-dey ]SEE DEFINITION OF present day
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PRESENT DAY
The pirates were bad enough, but they didn't have all the vices of the present day.
What would Hogarth have said, had he lived at the present day?
In the present day they play an important part in art and in the art-crafts.
For this reason, also, foxes are crafty and eloquent even at the present day.
At the present day the poor have more children than the well-to-do.
The stone carvings of the present day were a great deal better.
This is a story of the present day, and its scene is San Francisco, the author's home.
This disposition continues in basilica churches to the present day.
Certainly they are crying loud enough for it at the present day.
Wassail is equivalent to the phrase, "Your health," of the present day.