W.O.T.D. QUOTIDIAN


WORD OF THE DAY
Quotidian
kwo-TIH-dee-ən
Part of speech: adjectiveOrigin: Latin, 14th century
1Of or occurring every day; daily.2Ordinary or everyday, especially when mundane.
 
Examples of Quotidian in a sentence “Steve looked forward to his quotidian chore of collecting eggs.” “Washing the dishes was a quotidian task, but she made the time pass quickly by listening to music.”