- any day of the week except Sunday or, often, Saturday and Sunday.
- of or on a weekday: weekday occupations.
Origin of weekday
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Examples from the Web for weekday
A couple years ago, I was walking one weekday morning down Court Street in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn and came upon Robin Williams.When I Met Robin Williams in Afghanistan
August 20, 2014
In Washington D.C., he could ride an 80 bus to the Capitol, early on a weekday morning.What Paul Ryan Gets Wrong About ‘Inner-City’ Poverty
March 12, 2014
To beat the crowds, booking a ticket for a weekday afternoon is the best bet.Digital Nomad Andrew Evans’s Six Top Travel Tips
March 7, 2013
Every weekday morning at 7:45 a.m., I make my 11-year-old daughter's school lunch.The Global School Lunch Project
December 18, 2012
Every weekday morning we will ask readers of the blog to weigh in on our Daily Poll on Facebook.Introducing the Daily Poll
February 27, 2012
I don't know whether these were his weekday or his Sunday clothes.A Jolly Fellowship
Frank R. Stockton
Her body must be a weekday body, held in the world's estimate.
She herself, Ursula Brangwen, must know how to take the weekday life.
Her soul must have a weekday value, known according to the world's knowledge.
Well, then, there was a weekday life to live, of action and deeds.
- any day of the week other than Sunday and, often, Saturday
Word Origin and History for weekday
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper