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adjective as in mundane

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Anything I cook during the middle of a workday needs to be easy to make and easy to clean up.

For one thing, there are a lot of games being played during the traditional workday.

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Nine-to-five workdays are punctuated with homeschooling and household chores.

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Other days I didn’t have time to complete school assignments because of a busy workday.

From Fortune

The pandemic workday is 48 minutes longer, we have more meetings and we send more emails, according to a study by the National Bureau of Economic Research.

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They also allow us to return to the workday hubbub with more than bragging rights.

And, in the way of roommates, they generally socialize at the end of the workday.

During a single four-hour workday last week, a Mecklenburg County grand jury heard 276 cases and handed down 276 indictments.

They held the show in, of all places, Midtown—in a sleek office building in the middle of the workday lunchtime crush.

It makes for a strange workday: rushing out to bomb sites, counting suicide attacks and emailing with the Taliban.

That does not amount to one real per day, and they work from midnight until sunset, which is their workday.

A date was immediately set—the first workday after New Year, when everything would be in running order again.

All that we require is a workday key to history, and our present need can be supplied without pausing to satisfy philosophers.

Did you review it and approve it when it was completed, after the end of the workday on November 22?

Maybe Katie'd get me over of a common workday though, some time, to help her a bit or so.


On this page you'll find 21 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to workday, such as: banal, day-to-day, everyday, humdrum, normal, and prosaic.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.