present-day

[ prez-uh nt-dey ]SEE DEFINITION OF present-day

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PRESENT-DAY

But we, the present-day Americans, are not given to looking backward.

The “land of the four rivers” is Setchuan, in the western part of present-day China.

I have captioned them with present-day names of the flora and fauna.

You do not believe, then, in present-day scientific methods?

What's the present-day status of Shirley Wells in his home town?

The rest of the house was what I should describe as present-day mixed style.

In our present-day lives and meetings there can be soul-shaking events.

The motto of the present-day world is, ‘What will people think?’

It includes also a record of present-day Negroes in that State.

An item of news of present-day Paris: A basket of oysters has just reached the city.

WORD ORIGIN

1870, from present (adj.) + day.

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