Something that's described as daily happens every day. We hope your daily habits include brushing your teeth and learning new vocabulary words on

Daily TV programs play at the same time each day, and your daily chores might include feeding the cat and loading the dishwasher. The word is also an adverb with the same basic meaning: "You'll have to visit the shelter daily to see if they get any kittens." Something is also daily if it's so normal that it's become routine, and a newspaper that's printed and read every day is called a daily as well.

Definitions of daily
  1. adjective
    of or belonging to or occurring every day
    daily routine”
    “a daily paper”
    synonyms: day-after-day, day-by-day, day-to-day
    periodic, periodical
    happening or recurring at regular intervals
  2. adjective
    appropriate for ordinary or routine occasions
    synonyms: casual, everyday
    not formal
  3. adverb
    every day; without missing a day
    “he stops by daily
  4. adverb
    gradually and progressively
    synonyms: day by day
  5. noun
    a newspaper that is published every day
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    type of:
    newspaper, paper
    a daily or weekly publication on folded sheets; contains news and articles and advertisements
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