Definition of Paydays

1. Noun. (plural of payday) ¹



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Definition of Paydays

1. payday [n] - See also: payday

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Paydays

payably
payara
payaras
payback
payback's a bitch
paybacks
paycheck
paychecks
paycheque
paycheques
paycock
paycocks
payday
payday loan
payday loans
paydays (current term)
paydirt
payed
payee
payees
payen
payens
payer
payers
payess
payesses
payest
payeth
payfone
payfones

Literary usage of Paydays

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Philadelphia Unemployment, with Special Reference to the Textile Industries by Joseph Henry Willits (1915)
"This increase should be determined by subtracting the average number on the payroll at the first four paydays at the beginning of the preceding year from ..."

2. Report by Great Britain Dept. of Science and Art (1877)
"... M paydays During somewhat more than half of the year I was absent at the Centennial Exhibition in Philadelphia, to which I was, as you are a «-are, ..."

3. East of Cleveland: Moral Imagination in Industrial Culture, 1920П1940 by Richard Cartwright Austin (2004)
"Mills in Youngstown reduced production or closed entirely. Elijah had customarily extended credit to mill families between paydays. Now many had no paydays, ..."

4. Main Street by Sinclair Lewis (1920)
"... eleven in the evening they were again so lively that they went to a Chinese restaurant that was frequented by clerks and their sweethearts on paydays. ..."

5. The English Historical Review by Mandell Creighton, Justin Winsor, Samuel Rawson Gardiner, Reginald Lane Poole, John Goronwy Edwards (1897)
"... stores, or offices aforesaid, at paydays, or on other occasions relating to the naval services,' and (2) to inquire and search by warrant for goods and ..."

6. Astronomy by Simon Newcomb, Edward Singleton Holden (1883)
"... one of the governors ordered the year to be divided into 14 months, in order that the paydays might recur more rapidly. A year was fixed at 365 days, ..."

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