A publication that is not published every day.(noun)
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Use "nondaily" in a sentence
"Gannett publishes USA Today, and it owns and operates 85 daily newspapers, 23 television stations and about 900 nondaily publications."
"The latest bad news is word that Journal Register, publisher of the New Haven Register and 21 other daily and 310 nondaily newspapers, could go bankrupt."
"Gannett -- which publishes 85 daily U.S. newspapers, including USA Today, and owns 23 television stations -- said the cuts would come from its Community Publishing division, which includes the company's daily newspapers except USA Today, more than 100 Web sites and hundreds of nondaily publications."