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Definition of "to-day" []

  • Routine; everyday (adjective)
  • Archaic spelling of today. (adverb)

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  • Archaic spelling of today. (noun)

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Use "to-day" in a sentence
  • "And since Thy years fail not, 22 Thy years are one to-day, How many of ours and our fathers’ years have flowed away through Thy “to-day, ” and from it received the measure and the mould of such being as they had; and still others shall flow away, and so receive the mould of their degree of being."
  • "It was for to-day -- _to-day_; and she was perhaps too late."
  • ""I hope so, Bud; but why don't you do it _to-day_?" she called back, saying to herself, as Johnny broke into a canter, "As if poor Bud ever could do anything to-day!"