school day



any day on which school is conducted.
the daily hours during which school is conducted: The school day here is from nine to three.

Origin of school day

First recorded in 1580–90 Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Related Words for school day

bloom, youth

Examples from the Web for school day

Historical Examples of school day

  • I don't care if we do have to study for six hours every school-day.

    Our Little Swiss Cousin

    Mary Hazelton Wade

  • It was kind of you to write it, though it was your school-day.

    Charlotte Bront

    T. Wemyss Reid

  • But when you're sick on a school-day, you'll stay in bed till the next morning.

    Penrod and Sam

    Booth Tarkington

  • He spoke, for once, without due reflection, and with perhaps an exaggerated remembrance of your school-day offenses.

  • Joe and Mattie discuss these plans at the close of Joe's school-day, as they sit on his piazza, his flute for the time silent.

    The Story of a Life

    J. Breckenridge Ellis