from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. In the daytime.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. By day, or every day; in the daytime.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- By day; in the daytime.
- On or in the day or time: only in the compound phrase nowadays (which see).
The administrations have been so frightened right divided adays. come upon relatives would we verbalise up to these people.
Now adays i feel that firefox feels a little bloated for my liking but bookmark synchronization is a must have feature, you are browsing a alot on different machines be it Windows or OSX.
Now adays they started making all the jeans for super skinny men.
All Answers from troutslayer wrote 30 weeks 1 day ago here is my opinion on these kinds of things, obviously bows no adays are alot faster and quiter, but 25 years ago they didn't have the technology we have now, but they still killed elk and deer back then so there is no reason why you can't still do it now.
One may well ask such questions, but answers ... who can find good answers now adays?
America used to be the home of the brave land of the free, no adays things are soo tuff that everyone is committing senseless violence for 10$.
CindyLynn 2:17 pm: Not at all, because now adays even people published with the big guys need to do their own work.
Most animated movies now adays are made in 3D, but they fixed it
Schools now adays are run by predominately by women and more often then not women without their own children.
| Reply everything seems to be recorded now adays, look at youtube full of these news reports caught making mistakes and doing dumb things.