Day Plural, What is the Plural of Day?

Meaning: each of the twenty-four-hour periods.

Plural of Day

Singular Plural
Day Days

Synonyms of Day

  • daylight
  • daytime
  • light
  • sunlight
  • sunshine
  • astronomical day
  • bright

Day as a Singular Noun in Example Sentences:

  1. I had a busy day at work.
  2. The day was hot and sunny.
  3. He waited anxiously for the day to end.
  4. She enjoyed a relaxing day at the spa.
  5. The wedding was a memorable day.
  6. I woke up early the next day.
  7. The day started with a delicious breakfast.
  8. I need a break from the busy day.
  9. The day ended with a beautiful sunset.
  10. It was a long and tiring day.

Day as a Plural Noun in Example Sentences:

  1. The summer days are getting shorter.
  2. We spent our vacation exploring new days.
  3. The school days went by quickly.
  4. They enjoyed lazy days by the beach.
  5. The festival lasted for three consecutive days.
  6. We will cherish these precious days
  7. The weekend days are always relaxing.
  8. The days of the week flew by.
  9. We had fun-filled days at the amusement park.
  10. The sunny days are perfect for outdoor activities.

Singular Possessive of Day

The singular possessive form of “Day” is “Day’s”.

Examples of Singular Possessive Form of Day

  1. Day’s weather forecast predicts rain.
  2. I saw Day’s reflection in the mirror.
  3. Day’s journey ended at sunset.
  4. The sun shone brightly during Day’s wedding.
  5. Day’s work was finally complete.
  6. The book recounted Day’s adventures in detail.
  7. I couldn’t wait for Day’s arrival.
  8. The calendar marked Day’s special event.
  9. Day’s decision surprised everyone.
  10. I enjoyed Day’s company at the party.

Plural Possessive of Day

The plural possessive form of “Day” is “Days'”.

Examples of Plural Possessive Form of Day

  1. We enjoyed Days’ warm sunshine.
  2. Days’ hard work paid off.
  3. The calendar showed Days’ important dates.
  4. The students submitted Days’ assignments.
  5. I admired the beauty of Days’ changing colors.
  6. Days’ worth of effort led to success.
  7. The travelers packed for Days’ journey.
  8. The office celebrated Days’ achievements.
  9. The schedule included Days’ breaks and holidays.
  10. We celebrated the end of Days’ exams.

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Last updated on June 9th, 2023 at 06:15 pm