From King Dictionary of Contemporary English everyday ev‧ery‧day / ˈevrideɪ / ●●○ adjective [only before noun ] NORMAL ordinary, usual, or happening every day the problems of everyday life wearing everyday clothes a simple, everyday object Describe it in ordinary everyday language. ► Do not confuse with every day (=each day) : I see him every day. ► see thesaurus at normal Examples from the Corpus everyday • Under the surface of an everyday conversation a duel of two astute minds was taking place. • Detachment from the everyday gives us a higher view of our lives. • We've come a long way - with everyday improvements such as ... The range of goods in the shops. • The book is written in simple everyday language. • The first week of the course is spent teaching students English phrases needed for everyday life. • These should be noted, before one views the siege as baseline myth for the interpretation of everyday life. • One focuses on the everyday lives of the First Peoples. • Noland makes sculptures out of everyday objects. • Arthritis made it difficult for him to do everyday things like take out the garbage or mow the lawn. everyday life • Stress is just part of everyday life. • Regional identity is a theoretical category which as such is not of much obvious importance for one's everyday life. • There are plenty of examples of this type of puzzle to be found in everyday life. • This is also dramatically apparent in everyday life. • This thesis attempts to make use of one particular aspect of driving which makes it nearly unique in everyday life. • Typical is its distillation of a tranquil moment from everyday life. • Rabin's works speak of both the realities of everyday life and of a yearning for the spiritual. • Violence is part of everyday life for the 4.3 m Acehnese. • One focuses on the everyday lives of the First Peoples.