everydayness everydayness


  • (n) ordinariness as a consequence of being frequent and commonplace



  1. The search is what anyone would undertake if he were not sunk in the everydayness of his own life.
  2. They have a purpose: to provide insulation against corrosive everydayness.
  3. The combination of easy digital photography and the Internet will create more of these sustained accounts of everydayness.


  • 4 Ways to Make Marriage Funny (And Finish Your Book) From "The Longest Date" Writer Cindy Chupack

    Cindy Chupack made the transition from single Sex and the City writer to married author--and made it funny. Here, she talks about the process of writing her new book and looking for humor in "everydayness." In her infamous roman-a-clef, Heartburn , the late, great Nora Ephron wrote this about the difference between dating life and married life: Read Full Story        
    on January 14, 2014     Source: Fast Company Magazine


  1. In his introduction, Steichen wrote "It was conceived as a mirror of the universal elements and emotions in the everydayness of life - as a mirror of the essential oneness of mankind throughout the world."
    on Feb 10, 2008 By: Edward Steichen Source: Actuphoto.com

  2. "It's shocking to think that we've got 'Will & Grace'; and all these images in media, but the thing that's amazing about my film is that we've showed the everydayness of being in a relationship," Chester says. "If there's anything...
    on Mar 31, 2006 By: Craig Chester Source: Sovo.com

  3. "It's a major challenge for Aishwarya because she has to play an everyday mundane housewife. To bring out the everydayness out of her is a major challenge," added Ghosh.
    on Feb 17, 2004 By: Rituparno Ghosh Source: NDTV.com

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