(often initial capital letters) the very first day or beginning of something.
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genesis, birth, outset, dawn, kickoff, opening, introduction, inauguration, creation, onset, inception, top, ingress, dawning, start, initiation, outbreak, foundation, entrance, origination
- day of judgment,
- day of reckoning,
- day of the dead,
- day of the lord,
- day off,
- day release,
- day return,
- day room,
- day sailer,
- day school
Origin of day one
First recorded in 1975–80
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Examples from the Web for day one
It was a sunny, summer day-one of those days which incline the heart to prayer, and bring tears of happiness to the eyes.Frederick The Great and His Family|L. Muhlbach