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To-day" (?), adv. [AS. to daeg. See To, prep., and Day.]

On this day; on the present day.

Worcester's horse came but to-day. Shak.


© Webster 1913.

To-day", n.

The present day.

<-- usu. spelt today. -->

One to-day Is worth for me a thousand yesterdays. Longfellow.

<-- today adj. modern, recent. -->


© Webster 1913.

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