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Alternative clues for the word today

TV show since 1/14/52


Yesterday, tomorrow


NBC morning show

Lauer's hours on TV

TV debut of 1/14/52

TV staple since 1/14/52

NBC debut of 1/14/52

When procrastinators don't do things

NBC staple since 1/14/52

The present

NBC staple

"No more delaying!"

Show expanded to four hours in 2007

Order in a rush order

"Hurry up!"

In current times

Present time

Something to live for

The day that includes the present moment (as opposed to yesterday or tomorrow)

The present time or age

As of this date

NBC show

Morning program on TV

TV morning show

"___ I am a man"

Where to see Bryant Gumbel

Couric-Gumbel show

The present time

"Marry the Man ___," 23 Down song


TV breakfast fare?

At this time

Brokaw show

Early morning TV fare

Brokaw's show

Yesterday's eternal chaser

Tomorrow's preceder

Long-run TV show

"He who can call ___ his own": Dryden

"___ a Shepherd," poem by St. Teresa

Word definitions for today in dictionaries

Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
I. adverb COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS ■ VERB announce ▪ He was absolutely right to welcome the substantial increases that I have announced today for a range of programmes. ▪ The increase that I have announced today to some extent reflects weaker trading conditions...

Wiktionary Word definitions in Wiktionary
adv. 1 On the current day or date. 2 In the current era; nowadays. n. A current day or date.

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Old English todæge , to dæge "on (this) day," from to "at, on" (see to ) + dæge , dative of dæg "day" (see day ). Meaning "in modern times" is from c.1300. As a noun from 1530s. Generally written as two words until 16c., after which it usually was written...

WordNet Word definitions in WordNet
n. the present time or age; "the world of today"; "today we have computers" the day that includes the present moment (as opposed to yesterday or tomorrow); "Today is beautiful"; "did you see today's newspaper?" adv. in these times; "it is solely by their...

Wikipedia Word definitions in Wikipedia
Today (often referred to as "the Today programme" to avoid ambiguity) is BBC Radio 4 's long-running early morning news and current affairs programme, now broadcast from 6:00 am to 9:00 am Monday to Friday, and 7:00 am to 9:00 am on Saturdays. It is also...

Usage examples of today.

Today, nearly everything you see around you is descended from those adaptable ones.

My brief case about yellow page advertising The most aggressive marketers in media today are yellow page salespeople.

Cawcaw went fishing agen today in the bote ferst i padled and he skiped and then he padeled and i skiped.

Today we remember the Lord of the Wind and how his magic aided us all, both you of Alata and we Romans shipwrecked upon your shores.

Much of this is widely known today, but what is not recognized beyond the groups of initiates themselves is that there is, surprisingly, an alchemical branch of both Tantra and Taoism.

I heard you say today you bought that Cowper alveolar drill of yours for fifty cents at an auction of the instruments of your old professor.

This junction produced a complicated pattern of lobes and saddles that is frequently seen in the ammonite fossils found today in Cretaceous marine deposits.

In modern times these ideas were developed by such men as Volta, Ampere, Watt, Bell, Edison, and Einstein, who provided the basis for most of the technical wonders of today.

Glancing at Lyode, Kamoj wondered if her bodyguard shared her concern about seeing Lionstar on Argali lands today.

Today, first sentences and first paragraphs of any writing are increasingly important for arousing the restless reader.

They must be delivered today, absolutely, to Superintendent Ascan personally, at the police station on Rue des Prouvaires.

But today was market day down in Aspic Hole, and the pungent slick of dung-smell and rot that rolled over New Crobuzon was, in these streets, for these hours, improved with paprika and fresh tomato, hot oil and fish and cinnamon, cured meat, banana and onion.

Bannister was a medical student at the time he set his record -- inconceivable today, when athletics is itself a full-time job.

As for the attendees, those brave 268 of the Worldcon Pleistocene who tiptoed past the cornflakes, they included a good many whose names are still familiar today.

You go through this audition today like a good girl and behave yourself.