weekdays

adverb
week·​days | \ˈwēk-ˌdāz \

Definition of weekdays 

: on weekdays repeatedly : on any weekday takes a bus weekdays

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Schieffer retired in 2015 but continues to go to work most weekdays, serving as a national political commentator for CBS. Martha Quillin, star-telegram, "White House no longer credible, but the Parkland kids might be, CBS newsman says | Fort Worth Star-Telegram," 24 May 2018 Happy hours, weekdays 4-7 p.m. Accessibility: Yes. Valet parking available, or bring quarters - and only quarters - for the meters. Debbi Snook, cleveland.com, "Lopez in Cleveland Heights still a celebration of Southwest cuisine (review, photos)," 1 June 2017 Happy hours, weekdays 4-7 p.m. Accessibility: Yes. Valet parking available, or bring quarters - and only quarters - for the meters. Debbi Snook, cleveland.com, "Lopez in Cleveland Heights still a celebration of Southwest cuisine (review, photos)," 1 June 2017

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First Known Use of weekdays

1694, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of weekdays was in 1694

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