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Difference between Every day and Everyday

every day—(adverbial phrase) do smth. each one of the days:

  • I have been dating a wonderful man for the past two months. My only “problem” is that I want to see him every day.

everyday —(attrib.)

1. said of smth. happening or used routinely:

  • Rutledge came in his everyday clothes, giving a longwinded excuse about not having time to get an outfit together.

2. common and familiar:

  • Marr had attempted to play the whole affair down by stating that such incidents and “petty” crimes were “an everyday occurrence.”