night and day
Examples of night and day in a Sentence
night and day she reminded him that if it weren't for her, he'd be a nobody
Recent Examples of night and day from the Web
Marcus Morris tips in winner over twin brother (Jan. 21) The 2016-17 Detroit Pistons and this season's version feel like night and day.
My national team coaches every summer, this is like night and day almost.
Shoppers scurry in and out of local stores night and day, to find just that perfect gift for Grandma Rose or Aunt Faye.
Those two are night and day stylistically, to say the least, but look like the top of the point guard in college basketball.
The transformation of a daytime taquería into a nighttime taquería is a difference of, well, night and day.
The difference in quarterback Sam Bradford’s numbers in home games vs. road games was night and day.
Life on Earth has evolved to stay in sync with our planet's cycle of night and day.
Although utility companies are working night and day to restore power, millions are still without electricity and air conditioning this week as high temperatures approach 90 degrees.
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First Known Use of night and day
before 12th century
night and day Synonyms
Synonymsaye (also ay), consistently, constantly, continually, ever, forever, incessantly, invariably, always, perpetually, unfailingly
Related Wordscommonly, frequently, oft, often, oftentimes (or ofttimes), recurrently, repeatedly; continuously, steadily, uninterruptedly, unremittingly; dependably, generally, habitually, normally, ordinarily, regularly, routinely, typically, usually; inevitably; eternally, everlastingly
Near Antonymsintermittently, occasionally, periodically, sometimes, sporadically; infrequently, rarely, seldom, unusually; variously
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