Fridays


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Fri·day

 (frī′dē, -dā′)
n. Abbr. Fri. or Fr. or F
The day of the week that comes after Thursday and before Saturday.

[Middle English Fridai, from Old English Frīgedæg; see prī- in Indo-European roots.]

Fri′days adv.

Fri•days

(ˈfraɪ deɪz, -diz)

adv.
on Fridays: We're paid Fridays.
References in classic literature ?
After the Christmas holidays the Avonlea students gave up going home on Fridays and settled down to hard work.
If on Friday night you had taken a pair of compasses and drawn a circle with a radius of five miles round the Woking sand pits, I doubt if you would have had one human being outside it, unless it were some relation of Stent or of the three or four cyclists or London people lying dead on the common, whose emotions or habits were at all affected by the new-comers.
So on Friday the student goes to the prison of his own accord, and is admitted.
Reached Turin by Mont Cenis, Friday, October 4th, at 6.
As soon as I saw the place I called for Friday, and asked him if he knew where he was?
Say, Mag," he said, "put on yer bes' duds Friday night an' I'll take yehs teh deh show.
The Duchess left on Friday, and we checked her baggage through to Lenox by the New York, New Haven & Hartford.
I shalt expect you by last train on Friday, in accordance with your letter: and, till then, I shalt say, in the words of the old song,
On the very next Friday after this "dreadfullest fight that ever was seen," as Bunyan says in Pilgrim's Progress, there were great doings in the little schoolhouse on the hill.
People who send word they are coming on Saturday shouldn't come on Friday," said Aunt Jamesina.
Well, I didn't neither, but all at once it popped onto me that it was Friday.
In a little time I began to speak to him; and teach him to speak to me: and first, I let him know his name should be Friday, which was the day I saved his life: I called him so for the memory of the time.