Synonyms of day
1 twenty-four hoursDictionary • The conference is on for three days.
twenty-four hour period
2 daytimeDictionary • They sleep during the day.
daytime • In the daytime he stayed in his room, watching TV.
daylight • It was still daylight but many cars had their headlamps on.
hours of light
hours of sunlight
3 dateDictionary • What day are you leaving?
date • There are two important dates for you to remember.
4 timeDictionary • In my day we treated our elders with more respect.
time • The design has remained unchanged since the time of the pharaohs.
age • the age of steam and steel
era • a custom pre-dating the Christian era
prime • She was in her intellectual prime.
period • the Victorian period
generation • Within a generation, flight has become popular with many travellers.
heyday • In its heyday, the studio boasted it had more stars than heaven.
epoch • the beginning of a major epoch in world history
IDIOMS:▷ call it a day
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ageAn age is a period in history.
• the age of steam and steel
• There are two important dates for you to remember.
• It was still daylight but many cars had their headlamps on.
Thesaurus for day from the Collins English Thesaurus