Tuesdays


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Tues·days

 (to͞oz′dēz, -dāz′, tyo͞oz′-)
adv.
On every or almost every Tuesday: The doctor's office is closed Tuesdays.

Tues•days

(ˈtuz deɪz, -diz, ˈtyuz-)

adv.
on Tuesdays; every Tuesday.
References in classic literature ?
On Tuesdays and Fridays masters spent the morning at Amitrano's, criticising the work done.
We may say, metaphorically, that when to-day is Tuesday, your belief that it is Tuesday points TOWARDS the fact, whereas when to-day is not Tuesday your belief points AWAY FROM the fact.
When everybody rose to go, Helene who had spoken very little all the evening again turned to Boris, asking him in a tone of caressing significant command to come to her on Tuesday.
He and his wife seated themselves at table one Tuesday evening, a few weeks after their return from Grand Isle.
It would be so easy to tell Miss Tilney that you had just been reminded of a prior engagement, and must only beg to put off the walk till Tuesday.
Bennet, who had calculated on her daughters remaining at Netherfield till the following Tuesday, which would exactly finish Jane's week, could not bring herself to receive them with pleasure before.
The village went to its rest on Tuesday night, sad and forlorn.
Next morning, Tuesday, Alexey Alexandrovitch, on waking up, recollected with pleasure his triumph of the previous day, and he could not help smiling, though he tried to appear indifferent, when the chief secretary of his department, anxious to flatter him, informed him of the rumors that had reached him concerning what had happened in the Commission.
The action of the play takes place within twenty-four hours, beginning on a Tuesday afternoon at five o'clock, and ending the next day at 1.
I had to call on Anton Antonitch, however, on Tuesday--his at-home day; so I had always to time my passionate desire to embrace humanity so that it might fall on a Tuesday.
on Tuesday, if no Post- office order is in the interim received from Nicodemus Boffin, Esquire; arriving after a quarter to one P.
Mother had a letter from Aunt Josephine today, and Aunt Josephine wants you and me to go to town next Tuesday and stop with her for the Exhibition.