quotidian : Definition, Usages, News and More
- s found in the ordinary course of events
there's nothing quite like a real...train conductor to add color to a quotidian commute"- Anita Diamant
- One of the most promising of a new generation of cartoonists, Huizenga's stories use a combination of the quotidian and the surreal to explore themes of science, nature, religion .
- Now that the regime has fallen, the quotidian details of the son's outrages are beginning to emerge.
- For many of us, it is not just that the work day is crowded with quotidian tasks, but that our home .
- Michael Lewis in The Plain Dealer - cleveland.com
The crash of 1987, Lewis writes, marked "the beginning of the Age of Financial Unreason, when panic became just another quotidian aspect of financial life. At the time, to a lot of people, it felt like the end of something. In retrospect, it appears...
- Harris Yulin in Chicago Tribune
He just kept following his star through all the hard times,said Yulin. "What he knew was in one sense very quotidian, but it added up to something extraordinary and unusual."
- Susan Jacoby in Philadelphia Inquirer
To keep telling Americans that they are folks,Jacoby writes, "is to expect nothing special - a ratification and exaltation of the quotidian that is one of the distinguishing marks of anti-intellectualism in any era."