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Synonyms for Monday

the second day of the week

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At the end of the seventh week, without intending it, too weak to resist, he drifted down to the village with Joe and drowned life and found life until Monday morning.
The Patriarch, approaching with his usual benignity, was surprised to see Mr Pancks, but supposed him to have been stimulated to an immediate squeeze instead of postponing that operation until Monday.
I'll give it you to-night, and you can get the heir-loom out again on Monday.
You deny absolutely having purchased strychnine from Albert Mace on Monday last?
That blessed lamb found out I hated Monday mornin's somethin' awful; an' what does she up an' tell me one day but this: 'Well, anyhow, Nancy, I should think you could be gladder on Monday mornin' than on any other day in the week, because 'twould be a whole WEEK before you'd have another one
I will suspend my Chronicle of Events until Monday.
Let me see; Monday will be a busy day with you, we will not come on Monday; and Tuesday will be a busy one with me.
Tom cursed himself for making that stupid blunder, and tried to rectify it by saying he remember now that it WAS at noon Monday that the man gave him the bill.
The message informed me that my mistress had determined to take Miss Rachel to her house in London, on the Monday.
Many a time thou must have noticed- If to notice thou dost care- How I go about on Monday Dressed in all my Sunday wear.
After discharging his conscience on that head, he proceeded to inform them, with many rapturous expressions, of his happiness in having obtained the affection of their amiable neighbour, Miss Lucas, and then explained that it was merely with the view of enjoying her society that he had been so ready to close with their kind wish of seeing him again at Longbourn, whither he hoped to be able to return on Monday fortnight; for Lady Catherine, he added, so heartily approved his marriage, that she wished it to take place as soon as possible, which he trusted would be an unanswerable argument with his amiable Charlotte to name an early day for making him the happiest of men.
On Monday the first of October she met with some encouragement at last.
The Monday and Tuesday preceding it we did not go to school at all, but were all kept home to do chores and run errands.
Back came an answer by return, saying that if I would appear next Monday I might take over my new duties at once, provided that my appearance was satisfactory.
The invitations were sent, nearly all accepted, and the following Monday was set apart for the grand event.