Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The day of one's end; the day or time of one's death.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Too many of us have somewhat written off the evangelicals as being hopelessly hooked on eschatology, prophecy, Hal Lindsey, the televangelists, end-day theologies, total unqualified support for

    Parliament, Mordechai Vanunu, Kuttab, Congress and Goldstone

  • Some few shops were closed, but they might have been anyway, since it was Decdi and some crafters and merchants weren't open on the end-day.

    Soarer's Choice

  • He'd felt guilty about leaving early, although the Hall of Justice was largely deserted by then, since most alectors in Elcien regarded all of Novdi as a full end-day and not the half end-day practiced by the Myrmidons.

    Soarer's Choice

  • "I thought they would have attacked long before this, but I doubt they would care whether it was an end-day or not."

    Soarer's Choice

  • Even on an end-day evening, there might be less than pleasant surprises awaiting him.

    Cadmian's Choice

  • Another ten days might help, if he canceled end-day passes.

    Cadmian's Choice

  • "I'm not certain I'll ever get used to wearing end-day finery all the time."

    Ordermaster

  • The corridors of the Great House seemed empty, even emptier than he might have expected nearing end-day.

    Ordermaster

  • The compound remained almost empty, except for the end-day duty squads and officer.

    Alector's Choice

  • If it is, we should not worry about such" customs" as end-day relaxation.

    Alector's Choice

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