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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishquotidianquo‧tid‧i‧an /kwəʊˈtɪdiən $ kwoʊ-/ adjective literary  TMCordinary, and happening every day
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quotidianLike the last scene of Uncle Vanya, all that was left was the bleakly quotidian.There are quotidian bumps and creases and noteworthy spills all along the way that need attention.They possess the concreteness of imaginative, spiritual experience rather than the concreteness of quotidian reality.Quickly they piled into the car, which sped noisily and dangerously off through the quotidian traffic.