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gave a big cigar

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applaud, bless, boost, felicitate, laud, praise, salute, toast, stroke, wish joy to.
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Correct spelling:
day
Definition:
Daya Aviation

Synonyms:

noun
age
aeon, Centuries, aeons, millennia.
a period of time
age, century, epoch, era, heyday, prime, time, period.
day
mean solar day, sidereal day, solar day, twenty-four hours, Clarence Shepard Day Jr., Clarence Day.
day after day
continually, endlessly, monotonously, perpetually, persistently, regularly, relentlessly.
day by day
gradually, progressively, steadily, slowly but surely.
daylight
daytime, sunlight, sunrise, sunshine, daytimes, sunlights, during the day, light of day.
duration
length, life.
era
age, ascendancy, cycle, epoch, generation, height, heyday, prime, term, time, years, zenith, period.
finish
end, quit, stop, call it quits, stop work.
heyday
high point, high spot, high points.
light part of every 24 hours
bright, daylight, daytime, light, mean solar day, sidereal day, sunlight, sunshine, working day, light of day, astronomical day, dawn-to-dark, diurnal course, early bright, nautical day, sunrise-to-sunset.
person
day, Clarence Shepard Day Jr., Clarence Day.
point of time
age, century, decade, epoch, era, generation, hour, lifetime, microsecond, millennium, millisecond, minute, month, second, semester, term, time, week, year.
state
day.
time
day.
Examples of usage:
  1. I can't see him to- day. – The Lion and the Mouse A Story of an American Life by Charles Klein
  2. To- day I must work. – This Is the End by Stella Benson
  3. I'm not meself to- day. – North, South and Over the Sea by M.E. Francis (Mrs. Francis Blundell)
  4. To- day he heard nothing. – Fire-Tongue by Sax Rohmer
  5. Only to- day- but why should I tell you of it? – Fair Margaret by H. Rider Haggard

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