Mondays


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Mon·days

 (mŭn′dēz, -dāz′)
adv.
On every or almost every Monday: The theater is closed Mondays.

Mon•days

(ˈmʌn deɪz, -diz)

adv.
on Mondays: Mondays we wash.
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And on Monday morning, weary, he began the new week's work, but he had kept sober.
You will please, Mr Pancks, to squeeze the Yard again, the first thing on Monday morning.
Nicholson,' said he, 'I want you to lend me a pound or two till Monday.
On Monday evening last, did you purchase strychnine for the purpose of poisoning a dog?
An' there's Monday mornin's, too, that I used ter hate so.
Young Harry Paine, who was to marry his employer's daughter on Monday, had come to the tent with a crowd of friends and danced all evening.
Having no desire to leave me too abruptly, she would remain the next day (which was Sunday); and would take her departure on Monday morning.
You can sleep there on Sunday night, if you like; that's just as you please, or you can send your box there on Monday.
Then all of a sudden, on Easter Monday, a warm wind sprang up, storm clouds swooped down, and for three days and three nights the warm, driving rain fell in streams.
I must be at Woodston on Monday to attend the parish meeting, and shall probably be obliged to stay two or three days.
Look here, Bunny," Daylight demanded, "which is right, I shall be over to look that affair up on Monday, or I will be over to look that affair up on Monday?
Well, las' Monday I 'uz pass'n by one o' dem places in fourth street whah deh sticks up runaway nigger bills, en he'ps to ketch 'em, en I seed my marster