Wednesday

noun Wednes·day \ ˈwenz-(ˌ)dā , -dē ; British also ˈwe-dᵊnz- \

Definition of Wednesday

:the fourth day of the week

Wednesdays

play \ˈwenz-(ˌ)dāz, -dēz; British also ˈwe-dᵊnz-\ adverb

Examples of wednesday in a Sentence

  1. I had lunch with her last Wednesday.

  2. I'll be seeing her again next Wednesday.

  3. My birthday falls on a Wednesday this year.

  4. Next week I'll arrive on Wednesday and leave on Friday.

  5. I will arrive on Wednesday morning.

Origin and Etymology of wednesday

Middle English, from Old English wōdnesdæg (akin to Old Norse ōthinsdagr Wednesday); akin to Old English Wōden Odin and dæg day

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WEDNESDAY Defined for English Language Learners

Wednesday

noun

Definition of Wednesday for English Language Learners

  • : the day of the week between Tuesday and Thursday


WEDNESDAY Defined for Kids

Wednesday

noun Wednes·day \ ˈwenz-dā , -dē \

Definition of Wednesday for Students

:the fourth day of the week


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