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Definition of Friday

  • The sixth day of the week, following Thursday and preceding Saturday.
  • the sixth day of the week; the fifth working day

How to use friday in a sentence. Friday pronunciation.

He stresses the brazenness of the players in presenting, soon after the devastating storm of the night of November 26-27, 1703, two plays, 'Macbeth' and 'The Tempest', "as if they design'd to Mock the Almighty Power of God, _who alone commands the Winds and the Seas_." ('Macbeth' was acted at Drury Lane on Saturday, November 27, as the storm was subsiding, but, because it was advertised in the 'Daily Courant' on Friday, November 26, for the following evening, it would appear that, unless the players possessed the even more formidable power of foreseeing the storm, their presentation of 'Macbeth' at that time was pure coincidence.
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On Friday they went to London again, to call upon Mrs. Grove.
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This happened on Friday afternoon.
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Friday morning-heart beat fast as I went to the post-office-it seemed as if through its agency the help would come.
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Returning from the office Friday evening, wondering how God would send deliverance, I saw on my table a long official envelope.
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On his way to his friend's home, he stumbled on another acquaintance who had lent him _four hundred_ thalers on a mere note of hand, and he saluted him with the news that he must try for repayment of that sum on the following Friday, as he required it to pay for a parcel of goods which would arrive that day.
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And Friday's sales gave him just three hundred thalers with which to honor the widow's demand on Saturday, to pay funeral and contingent expenses.
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Dearest Father,' wrote Nancy, 'I am sorry that our return must be put off; we hope to get back on Friday evening.
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It is now Friday, and the parcel has not been delivered.
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He hoped to meet her in the evening at the Viscountess d'Oilly's, where he usually saw her every Friday.
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The rest of the journey was uneventful, and on Friday morning, September 2nd, they reached Savannah, having been absent ten days.
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Friday, December 13th, John Wesley left Savannah, to return to England.
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Dinner was at one o'clock; and on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday it consisted of beef, roast, hashed, and minced, and on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday of mutton.
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Uncle William could not have his on Saturday, because he had a heavy day before him and he was always a little tired after a bath, so he had it on Friday.
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On Tuesdays and Fridays masters spent the morning at Amitrano's, criticising the work done.
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Foinet, on the other hand, who visited the studio on Fridays, was a difficult man to get on with.
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He did not see Mildred again till Friday; he was sick for a sight of her by then; but when she came and he realised that he had gone out of her thoughts entirely, for they were engrossed in Griffiths, he suddenly hated her.
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When Friday morning came he went into the window with a sickening sense of shame.
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Philip was put on the job regularly, but he could not accustom himself to the publicity; and he dreaded Friday morning, on which the window was dressed, with a terror that made him awake at five o'clock and lie sleepless with sickness in his heart.
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The Hilberys subscribed to a library, which delivered books on Tuesdays and Fridays, and Katharine did her best to interest her parents in the works of living and highly respectable authors; but Mrs. Hilbery was perturbed by the very look of the light, gold-wreathed volumes, and would make little faces as if she tasted something bitter as the reading went on; while Mr. Hilbery would treat the moderns with a curious elaborate banter such as one might apply to the antics of a promising child.
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Examples of Friday

Example #1
The author also emphasizes the propriety, before the approaching Fast Day of January 19, 1704, of noting once more the Impiety of the stage and the desirability of either suppressing it wholly or suspending its operations for a considerable period.
Example #2
The author reveals within his tract some of the reasons for its appearance at that time.
Example #3
Louise promised that this should be her last "outing" for a whole week.
Example #4
They took tea at a restaurant, and reached Sutton not long before Mumford's return.
Example #5
At our prayer-meeting, in the evening, most earnest prayers were offered in his behalf; the brethren prayed that God would restore him his senses and spare him a few days, that he might repent of his back-sliding and be saved.
Example #6
REMARKABLE PRESERVATION FROM BRAIN DIFFICULTIES.