Kive vs Everyday - What's the difference?
As a pronoun kive
As an adjective everyday is
appropriate for ordinary use, rather than for special occasions.
As an adverb everyday is
As a noun everyday is
) the ordinary or routine day or occasion.
appropriate for ordinary use, rather than for special occasions
* 1906 , , Chapter 4: The engine-burglar,
* 2010 , Malcolm Knox, The Monthly , April 2010, Issue 55, The Monthly Ptd Ltd, page 42:
- When they had gone, Bobbie put on her everyday frock, and went down to the railway.
- Although it is an everyday virus, there is something about influenza that inspires awe.
When describing the frequency of an event, it is considered correct to separate the individual words: every hour'', ''every day'', ''every week , etc.
(rare) the ordinary or routine day or occasion