from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The character of being daily or of happening every day; daily occurrence.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun rare Daily occurence.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun The state or quality of being daily.


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  • The volume contains much of what the editors call the dailiness of women's lives and it is interesting to see what commonalities and differences ancient and modern women share, not only in North Africa, but all over the world as well.

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  • The dailiness is the point. "festival via" the ridiculously thorough and prolific musings of film-buff and filmmaker

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  • Too much "dailiness" being peddled around here, I think.

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  • The faces of the sufferers in the street, in dailiness, their lives showing through their bodies

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  • Gallant and resourceful in wartime, she is defeated by "dailiness."

    Gods and Monsters

  • How did we get ourselves into a state where having escaped the dailiness of dread of the Cold War, we are still content to live with the possibility of annihilation?

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  • In most of the post–Cold War period, the so-called “holiday from history” when many succumbed to a historical amnesia about the dailiness of nuclear dread, the term “World War Three” has had a ring of unreality.

    How the End Begins

  • Grief comes in waves, paroxysms, sudden apprehensions that weaken the knees and blind the eyes and obliterate the dailiness of life, Didion wrote.

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  • We go always to be gone, apart from ourselves, our endless echoes, the desires of eternity gone the way of everyday where we mine love and stay, dissolve our faces in dailiness

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  • It seems to me, unlike most histories I have read, Conn's work more precisely reflects how history happens to us -- amongst and between our strange dailiness.

    Joe Woodward: Occup(ied) America: A Literary History


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