Definition of Day-and-night

1. Adjective. At all times. "Around-the-clock nursing care"




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Day-and-night

dawns
dawns on
dawntime
daws
dawsonite
dawsonites
dawt
dawted
dawtie
dawties
dawting
dawts
day
day-after-day
day-and-night (current term)
day-blind
day-blindness
day-coal
day-ee
day-net
day-nets
day-nighter
day-old
day-peep
day-star
day-time
day-to-day
day-trade
day-trader

Literary usage of Day-and-night

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1. Capital: A Critique of Political Economy by Karl Marx (1906)
"He meets the effort; the result is, that producing for a limited time a fourth more work, he dies at 37 for 50."1 SECTION 4. DAY AND NIGHT WORK. ..."

2. The Iliad of Homer by Homer, John Graham Cordery (1871)
"... Dead, dead, my child ! And I must yet live on Forlorn, and wretched of this utter woe ! 550 Thou, who wast still my glory day and night In royal Ilion ..."

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