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everyday, every day

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Everyday is an adjective used to describe things that are “common” or “ordinary.”

Every day describes things that happen daily; it’s a noun form often acting as a noun adverb.

Example: The airline lost our formalwear, so we had to wear our everyday clothes every day.

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