noun, plural week·lies.
- weekend bag,
- weekend warrior,
- weeks, feast of,
Origin of weekly
Examples from the Web for weekly
I return home after several days in the hospital and start thrice weekly physical therapy.
We also knew that once we hit the road, we would be paying our band and crew on a weekly basis.
In the latest Weekly Standard can be found an editorial under the headline “The Benghazi Whitewash.”
As well as weekly church services, Boyfriend—who shares a birthday with Madonna—went to a private, Christian school.
If Justin Bieber were Tom Brady's son, Brady would most likely be unable to afford his weekly allowance.Justin Bieber Isn’t Even 21, Yet Makes More Money Than Meryl Streep|Amy Zimmerman|November 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The first-named of these are paid weekly with the workmen; the others receive their salary once a month.Life in a Railway Factory|Alfred Williams
After some unsuccessful ventures in illustrated journalism, he started a pictorial weekly in New York in 1875.The Cleveland Era|Henry Jones Ford
It must be, with such genius, tact and experience, all that a weekly periodical can be.
I write the most of my weekly letter to her on Sunday, so I'd like to know, because to-morrow's Sunday, you see.'Robin Redbreast|Mary Louisa Molesworth
Come home with me to-night, and we'll talk of starting a Religious Weekly together.