American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Any of the days of the week exclusive of Sunday and often Saturday.
- n. any day except Sunday (and sometimes except Saturday)
“Too many people, too many buildings, too many cars, (driving around during a weekday is an absolute nightmare).”
“Walking through downtown Lincoln during a weekday is a slightly different experience than walking through at anyother time.”
“I've only been getting in short weekday runs, between 3-5 miles, about 3 times a week.”
“For some reason, this person thinks that 5 o’clock on a weekday is the best time to hammer out a hard ride.”
“The bar’s main clientele during the weekday is local businessmen and I’ve seen lunch meetings going on in the back where there is table service.”
“Hence, a weekday might be a neat way of slithering down the lugholes of this section of the public - denied to a weekending orator.”
“Not to mention the generalization that anyone that can attend on a weekday is a deadbeat.”
“Going to Toast at 8 am on a weekday is a completely different experience than I was used to.”
“The rumor of a collapse of SocGen could have come from a misreading of the summer series in Le Monde by The Daily Mail," she wrote on the blogging site Twitter, referring to the weekday sister publication of The Mail on Sunday.”
“The only thing better than a hoops matinée during a weekday is a hoops matinée that really matters.”
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