from one day to the next


: every day
She changes her mind from one day to the next.
: on any given day
You never know from one day to the next what's going to happen to you.

Examples of from one day to the next in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Focus on improving your setup from one day to the next, one task at a time. Luy Teitelroit, Forbes, 12 July 2022 Sobczak said the job is challenging and different from one day to the next. Madeline Mitchell, The Enquirer, 8 Nov. 2021 As of Thursday, Connecticut has 344 patients hospitalized with COVID-19, down four from Wednesday, marking the first time in two weeks hospitalizations had declined from one day to the next. Alex Putterman,, 19 Aug. 2021 For the past two and a half weeks, Connecticut’s hospitalization number has varied from one day to the next, but always within a narrow band between 380 and 410. Emily Brindley,, 23 Mar. 2021 Each day, at around 10 a.m., the local county health department blasts out the day’s totals across its social media accounts, which had tended to include several hundred new infections — between 200 and as many as 700 and up, from one day to the next. Andy Meek, BGR, 1 Mar. 2021 Because case figures can be erratic from one day to the next, researchers typically compute a seven-day rolling average — often averaging one day’s figures with those seen during the three days before and three days after. Joe Mahr,, 15 Dec. 2020 Just over 3% of people across Africa have been fully vaccinated, and health officials and citizens often have little idea what will be available from one day to the next. Cara Anna and Sudhin Thanawala, Anchorage Daily News, 12 Sep. 2021 Their opinions differed from one day to the next, depending on how a question got asked. Amanda Ripley, Time, 17 Apr. 2021 See More

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“From one day to the next.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 26 Sep. 2023.

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