Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of daytime.

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Examples

  • And he steps in daytimes now, when he's going by, to see if everything is all right.

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  • And he steps in daytimes now, when he's going by, to see if everything is all right.

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  • Taken alongside its mellower roleplaying game-styled daytimes, Catherine is an unusual and gripping game with later puzzles that are certainly not for the faint-hearted.

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  • It's been discussed for years now without ever really going anywhere, but it couldn't be much simpler: a sport played over entire weekday daytimes is going to struggle to attract an audience.

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  • The idea has been discussed for years without ever really going anywhere, but it couldn't be much simpler: A sport played over entire weekday daytimes is going to struggle to attract an audience.

    How Test Cricket Can Be Saved

  • It was late September in Washington DC, it felt like fall in the evenings, but daytimes it was still hot.

    For the Sake of the Boy

  • Day jobs: On the new Paris Review blog, Maud Newton is posting on "a week in one reader's life," which is mainly about how you make progress on your first novel while working daytimes for a tax-law journal.

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  • I'm a little more iffy on weekend daytimes, but I do see some truth the argument.

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  • Poorful lil FoguBaby cryin all nite an daytimes an bein angrified at alla dem celebrationaries.

    Obama Wisconsin Radio Ad Attacks McCain Over Harley Quip

  • In their silent daytimes at the bottom of a reed bed or scrubby ditch, they are invisible and often start singing only in the last minutes of light.

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