1. (in prescriptions) every day.

Origin of q.d.

From Latin quāque diē

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How to use q.d. in a sentence

  • These two together contain the sense of "heaping coals of fire on his head:" that is, q. d.

  • May we not here read between the lines, q. d., ‘to allow any one to make free with the masonry and explore the sacred dust?’

    Shakespeare's Bones | C. M. Ingleby