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daily

adjective

Synonyms and Antonyms of daily

  1. occurring, done, produced, or appearing every day they made their daily stop at the coffee shop after work to relax before dinner Synonyms of daily day-to-day, diurnal, quotidian Words Related to daily alternate, cyclic (or cyclical), intermittent, periodic, recurrent, recurring, regular; ceaseless, continual, continued, continuing, continuous, everlasting, frequent, incessant, nonstop, perpetual, unbroken, unceasing, uninterrupted, unremitting Near Antonyms of daily monthly, weekly, yearly; erratic, infrequent, irregular; occasional, spasmodic, spastic, sporadic; interrupted


daily

noun, British

Synonyms and Antonyms of daily

  1. a person hired to perform household or personal services hired a daily to come in each morning to cook and clean Synonyms of daily servant [British], domestic, flunky (also flunkey or flunkie), lackey, menial, retainer, slavey, stewardWords Related to daily butler, footman, groom, houseboy, houseman, majordomo, man, manservant, servitor, valet; handmaiden (also handmaid), housekeeper, housemaid, lady-in-waiting, maid, maidservant, wench, woman; assistant, attendant, companion, factotum, follower; dogsbody [chiefly British], drudge, gofer (or gopher)Near Antonyms of daily boss, captain, chief, foreman, head, headman, helmsman, kingpin, leader, taskmasterAntonyms of daily master, mistress



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