- every day, especially Monday through Friday, during the workweek: Weekdays we're open from nine till five.
Origin of weekdays
- 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 weekdays
Outnumbered airs live at noon weekdays and has grown in popularity since its April 28 launch.‘Outnumbered’: The Making of a Fox News Hit
October 13, 2014
Weekdays suddenly seemed delicious and electric with possibility.The Summer of the Entenmann's Man
July 9, 2010
During the high season it's open until 10 p.m. on weekdays and 11 p.m. on weekends.Gal With a Suitcase
December 5, 2009
On weekdays I look most forward to the end of the night when they pass out mail.Catching Up With the Hipster Grifter
November 11, 2009
Matthews hosts Hardball with Chris Matthews weekdays on MSNBC.How Kennedy Brought Down Nixon
September 13, 2009
On weekdays the court was far from being a dignified gathering.The Naval History of the United States
Willis J. Abbot.
Sundays and weekdays both I have to be here for twelve hours.
She was never at home on weekdays excepting at breakfast and dinner.More Pages from a Journal
A German keeps his religion for weekdays rather than for Sunday.My Autobiography
F. Max Mller
He is at the mercy of his practice, not only weekdays, but Sundays—days and nights.Twentieth Century Socialism
- any day of the week other than Sunday and, often, Saturday
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Word Origin and History for weekdays
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