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Everyday

Pronunciation of Everyday
/ˈɛvɹɪdˌe͡ɪ/, /ˈɛvɹɪdˌe‍ɪ/, /ˈɛ_v_ɹ_ɪ_d_ˌeɪ/

Antonyms for everyday:

bizarre, exceptional, unique, unusual, unparalleled, odd, freak, eccentric, rare, extraordinary, anomalous, untypical, uncommon, screwy, offbeat, singular, irregular, formal, phenomenal, atypical, quirky, outre, unexampled, uncustomary, quaint, way out, far-out, curious, weird, abnormal, unwonted, funny, peculiar, remarkable, wacky, out-of-the-way, wild, strange, aberrant, unnatural.

Synonyms for everyday:

accustomed (adjective)

general, common, traditional, typical, orthodox, regular, chronic.

banal (adjective)

pedestrian.

colloquial (adjective)

popular, vernacular.

common (adjective)

monotonous, colloquial, simple, universal, prevailing, prevalent, casual.

customary (adjective)

household.

daily (adjective)

day-to-day, day after day, day by day, periodic.

domestic (adjective)

household.

familiar (adjective)

humble.

frequent (adjective)

frequent, recurrent.

habitual (adjective)

routine.

undistinguished (adjective)

characterless, unmemorable.

unexceptional (adjective)

unexceptional.

unimaginative (adjective)

prosaic.

Sense 1 (noun)

nondescript.

Sense 2 (noun)

workday.

Sense 3 (noun)

widespread.

Sense 1

normalcy, nondescript, no-frills, colloquial, characterless, routinely, second nature, ordinarily, workday, flesh and blood, overblown, rough-and-ready, ho-hum, unmemorable, normality, cookie-cutter, pedestrian, white-bread, norm.

Sense 2

middle, simple, unadventurous, mainstream, pro forma, anonymous, human, vanilla.

Sense 3

humble, crude, rude.

Sense 4

basic, widespread.

Sense 5

primitive.

Sense 10

straight.

Sense 14

right.

characteristic

typical.

informal

informal, vernacular.

ordinary

plain.

trite

threadbare.

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