the other day/night/morning/afternoon/evening


: on a day/night/morning/afternoon/evening in the recent past
The other morning, I saw a deer on our lawn.

Examples of the other day/night/morning/afternoon/evening in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Next … the segment of Dodger fans who can’t resist piling on Dave Roberts was at it again the other day. Mirjam Swanson, Orange County Register, 30 May 2024 How’d that secret power work for the Knicks in Game 7 the other day!? Greg Cote, Miami Herald, 23 May 2024 Landon Knack came up for a spot start the other day. Jim Alexander, Orange County Register, 22 May 2024 There was a video the other day of someone had sent me of someone claiming to be Teri. Chris Gardner, The Hollywood Reporter, 13 May 2024 The enduring family force from which Ward conjured all this, though, happened to be seated at a booth right by us the other day. Vahe Gregorian, Kansas City Star, 7 May 2024 In an Instagram post on Wednesday, Armisen said that just the other day Albini had texted him about cymbals. Christopher Borrelli, Chicago Tribune, 24 July 2014 Sykes: Someone told me about a game someone played at a dinner party the other day. Lilah Ramzi, Vogue, 10 Apr. 2024 Also, something wonderful hit YouTube the other day: Leontyne Price, singing in Turandot (Puccini) in 1961. Jay Nordlinger, National Review, 5 Apr. 2024

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“The other day/night/morning/afternoon/evening.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 21 Jun. 2024.

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