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“Days” or “Daze”


days / daze are similar-sounding terms with different meanings (referred to as homophones). To better understand the differences, see below for definitions, pronunciation guides, and example sentences using each term. 👇


days: (noun) the time during which someone's life continues.

daze: (noun) the feeling of distress and disbelief that you have when something bad happens accidentally. (noun) confusion characterized by lack of clarity.


days: d·EY·z

daze: d·EY·z


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Examples in Context

Examples of “days”

  • years as in the early days of broadcast television.
  • retreated to Nishapur, but within days al-Kirmani and Ibn Surayj fell
  • Roger Bresnahan, after missing thirty days of the baseball season and
  • 13 days after the Singapore recall, Volkswagen
  • Over the coming two days the entire Jewish community of
  • Shadova - Šeduva a few days later as part of Operation
  • four solar events as "quarter days" and the four midpoint events
  • The war lasted only 105 days and most of the deceased
  • Arrests were made in the days following the crime; hijackers Mziwamadoda
  • mid-40s and had only five days to learn the part, the

Examples of “daze”

  • at festivals like Laguna Seca Daze and the HORDE tour.
  • 1988 Spike Lee film School Daze and as Ron Johnson Jr.
  • Wedding Daze (2004 film)
  • Daze is a village in the
  • Daze, Burkina Faso
  • 2016: DaZe: Vol.
  • Wedding Daze is a 2004 comedy television

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