The quality or state of happening every day, or frequently. (noun)
The product or result of happening every day, or frequently. (noun)
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Use "everydayness" in a sentence
"Beautiful as ever, I said, but I spoke of the view, not of her [Do not lose beauty in everydayness, for to be surrounded by unnoticed beauty is to live in its absence]."
"Almost lost in their everydayness were the cabinet and console radio that flanked the entrance, or the coffee table which near the middle held glasses, ice bucket, seltzer, carafe, ashtrays, small dishes of delicacies."
"I loved the detail - I was caught up in the emotion, but I cringed at the ending because, had I been her, the "everydayness" would have removed my fear and given me the courage to face her!"