Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • adjective Continuing all through the day.

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  • adjective Lasting throughout the whole day.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Across Italy, transport unions called all-day walkouts or strikes of several hours Thursday to demand better work contracts.

    The Seattle Times

  • In short, all-day untethered computing has yet to materialize, and that has exposed the 'mobile' PC as merely a transportable PC at best, according to the note.

    CNET News.com

  • Demands for free and low-cost daycare, universal pre-school, all-day kindergarten, etc. are attempts to have taxpayers pick up part of the tab for women at the low end of the pay scale to participate in the workforce.

    Immigrant Labor Market Issues, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • The Laie in Eixample Dret is one of the baker's dozen of Barcelona's large independent bookshops that have managed to survive the first waves of the current crisis, and one of the reasons it has done so is that it was the first to install an all-day bar and cafe – with an outside terrace in the summer.

    10 of the best literary haunts in Barcelona

  • Denver's Mile-Hi JACL chapter is hosting two events at the University of Denver: An all-day Teacher Training workshop for schoolteachers from Colorado and New Mexico to learn about the usually overlooked history of internment for teaching credits on Saturday, and a DoR event Sunday featuring a couple of scholars speaking about internment.

    Gil Asakawa: Not Enough People Know About Japanese Americans' Day of Remembrance

  • For those of you who live in the real world and not in professional Jewish circles, consider yourselves blessed that you don't have to attend one of those all-day conferences on "The Future of Judaism."

    David Suissa: The People Of The Jargon

  • With the painstaking dignity of an all-day drunk, he said:

    Day of Honey

  • This means avoid them during all-day events, athletic activities, and especially during yard work.

    Flip Flops: Do They Hurt Your Feet?

  • It started with a private dinner Saturday night, continued with an all-day reminisce session for fans Sunday and in so many ways, receiver Phil McConkey said, "it could've been 25 hours that had passed, not 25 years."

    '86 Giants Relive a Magical Season

  • For those of you who live in the real world and not in professional Jewish circles, consider yourselves blessed that you don't have to attend one of those all-day conferences on "The Future of Judaism."

    David Suissa: The People Of The Jargon

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