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Synonyms for day

daytime

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date

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call it a day

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day and night

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have had its day

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  • be obsolete
  • be dated
  • be out of date
  • be old-fashioned
  • be past its prime

have seen or known better days

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  • be worn out
  • be frayed
  • be ragged
  • be shabby
  • be threadbare
  • be tatty
  • be tattered
  • be the worse for wear

in this day and age

make someone's day

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  • make someone happy
  • delight someone
  • cheer someone up
  • hearten someone
  • enliven someone
  • gladden someone
  • perk someone up
  • gee someone up
  • buck someone up

Synonyms for day

the period during which someone or something exists

a particular time notable for its distinctive characteristics

Synonyms for day

a day assigned to a particular purpose or observance

the recurring hours when you are not sleeping (especially those when you are working)

an era of existence or influence

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the period of time taken by a particular planet (e.g. Mars) to make a complete rotation on its axis

the time for one complete rotation of the earth relative to a particular star, about 4 minutes shorter than a mean solar day

a period of opportunity

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United States writer best known for his autobiographical works (1874-1935)

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The men of whom we speak, after losing the heart's fresh gayety, imagined a wild philosophy of pleasure, and came hither to act out their latest day-dream.
He is a practical man and might take this very coldly, it might all seem to him simply a day-dream.
So all my day-dreams follow The bird that leaves the nest; And in the night I gather The lost one to my breast.
I was shifted from place to place in it, and there was plenty of time for my day-dreams over the distribution of my case.
The realization of my boyish day-dreams is at hand.
it is the happy privilege of youth to construct you, and many a fanciful young creature besides Rebecca Sharp has indulged in these delightful day-dreams ere now!
Fraulein Wundermacher, so big and masterful, such an enemy of day-dreams, such a friend of das Praktische, such a lover of creature comforts, had died long ago, had been succeeded long ago by others, German sometimes, and sometimes English, and sometimes at intervals French, and they too had all in their turn vanished, and I was here a solitary ghost.
The anxiety and misgivings which had tormented her, whether asleep or in melancholy day-dreams, ever since her project began to take an aspect of solidity, had now vanished quite away.