V2 Vocabulary Building Dictionary



Definition: 1. commonplace and experienced under the most ordinary circumstances; 2. done on a daily basis

Synonyms: commonplace, everyday, ordinary, regular, routine, daily, customary, frequent

Antonyms: sporadic, rare, infrequent

Tips: Quotidian is derived from the Latin quotus, "number" and dies, "day." Quotidian refers to ordinary things that occur often or daily.

Usage Examples:

The book focuses on the quotidian life of farmers. (everyday, ordinary)

She took up scuba diving in order to make her life a little less quotidian. (routine)

Reality shows are designed to be about everyday life, but they are hardly quotidian. (ordinary)

It's great when I get to hear my favorite song on my quotidian commute to work. (everyday, daily)

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