from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Relating to or suited for working days; everyday.
- adj. Mundane; commonplace: "the practical, workaday world, of ... ordinary undistinguished things” ( Lionel Trilling).
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. suitable for everyday use
- adj. mundane or commonplace
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See workyday.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A working-day.
- Working-day; relating to workdays; plodding; toiling.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. found in the ordinary course of events
Her mostly flat set, with its isolated boxy units, is supposed to suggest jewel boxes but more closely recalls workaday storage units.
Whilst there is no such thing as routine access to space Soyuz launches have a "workaday" feel to them rather than the high drama of a shuttle launch followed by a "workaday" inspection of the TPS!
Reliable as a fine Swiss watch, the St. Gallen, Switzerland-based house can always be counted on to deliver the kind of workaday staples professional women crave, and Sunday's clean-lined collection was no exception.
OK, after all that, all I have left is two videos, the first of which is just the perfect cure for any kind of workaday blues.
According to his sociology of the individual as political fetish, the modern state routinizes gender inequalities through a "workaday" bureaucracy located in the mundane structural demands of economic activity; in the civic arena created by official bureaucracy, patriarchal social patterns formalize commercial relations and enforce the domination of a perceived "natural leader" in the home, the marketplace, and the sphere of civic activity.
The only difference between the English shire hunts and the Welsh 'workaday' hunt is that Welsh hunts cause more suffering.
Took a little time, but, you know, real normal kind of workaday world.
A move online could also encourage users to make more use of the cloud for other purposes such as workaday office tasks.
Science is a laborious, winding, grueling process undertaken by legions of workaday scientists and students that do it for various reasons, but never for money or fame.
Seriously this 8-10 hour workaday thing is hideous and should be abolished, when are people supposed to have time to do all their other jobs?