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day-by-day

[dey-bahy-dey] /ˈdeɪ baɪˈdeɪ/
adjective
1.
taking place each day; daily:
a day-by-day account.
Origin of day-by-day
1350-1400
1350-1400; Middle English
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  • Only upon such a complete account of day-by-day traveling and such observations, can any claim rest.

    My Attainment of the Pole Frederick A. Cook
  • Once she pointed to the big figures on the day-by-day calendar on the wall.

  • This Gordon Forsyth had his childhood amid this, lived on the rise and fall of an artist's day-by-day fortune.

    Red-Robin Jane Abbott
  • They had been buying not only her day-by-day ability, they had bought up her future.

    Comrade Yetta Albert Edwards
  • The guardian accounts give some interesting insights into day-by-day activities.

  • Rain on the hills and sunshine in the valley is actually the day-by-day weather of the dry season.

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