[ week-deyz ]

  1. every day, especially Monday through Friday, during the workweek: Weekdays we're open from nine till five.

Origin of weekdays

see origin at week, day, -s1

Words Nearby weekdays

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How to use weekdays in a sentence

  • That's all right to go to church with on Sunday, but on weekdays marriage is no moonshine, I can tell you.

  • But he never showed up on weekdays, and his laxity had allowed a certain further laxity to filter down through the ranks.

    The Eyes Have It | Gordon Randall Garrett
  • He went his rounds, preaching on weekdays, from station to station, and holding a service every evening where he rested.

    The Gilpins and their Fortunes | William H. G. Kingston
  • The street was small and what is called quiet, but it drove a thriving trade on the weekdays.

  • In the afternoon they might read, or stroll about the grounds where they pleased, an indulgence not permitted on weekdays.