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 for daily
From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  Daily \Dai"ly\, n.; pl. Dailies.
     A publication which appears regularly every day; as, the
     morning dailies.
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From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  Daily \Dai"ly\, adv.
     Every day; day by day; as, a thing happens daily.
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From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  Daily \Dai"ly\ (d[=a]"l[y^]), a. [AS. d[ae]gl[imac]c; d[ae]g day
     + -l[imac]c like. See Day.]
     Happening, or belonging to, each successive day; diurnal; as,
     daily labor; a daily bulletin.
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           Give us this day our daily bread.        --Matt. vi.
                                                    11.
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           Bunyan has told us . . . that in New England his dream
           was the daily subject of the conversation of thousands.
                                                    --Macaulay.
  
     Syn: Daily, Diurnal.
  
     Usage: Daily is Anglo-Saxon, and diurnal is Latin. The former
            is used in reference to the ordinary concerns of life;
            as, daily wants, daily cares, daily employments. The
            latter is appropriated chiefly by astronomers to what
            belongs to the astronomical day; as, the diurnal
            revolution of the earth.
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                  Man hath his daily work of body or mind
                  Appointed, which declares his dignity,
                  And the regard of Heaven on all his ways.
                                                    --Milton.
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                  Half yet remains unsung, but narrower bound
                  Within the visible diurnal sphere. --Milton.
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From WordNet (r) 3.0 (2006) :

  daily
      adv 1: every day; without missing a day; "he stops by daily"
      2: gradually and progressively; "his health weakened day by day"
         [syn: day by day, daily]
      adj 1: of or belonging to or occurring every day; "daily
             routine"; "a daily paper" [syn: daily, day-to-day,
             day-by-day, day-after-day]
      2: appropriate for ordinary or routine occasions; "casual
         clothes"; "everyday clothes" [syn: casual, everyday,
         daily]
      n 1: a newspaper that is published every day

From Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0 :

  112 Moby Thesaurus words for "daily":
     always, annual, at all times, biannual, biennial, bimonthly,
     biweekly, catamenial, ceaselessly, centenary, centennial,
     circadian, common, commonplace, constantly, continually,
     continuously, cyclically, daily and hourly, daily newspaper,
     day after day, day and night, day by day, daybook, decennial,
     diary, diurnal, ephemeris, epochally, ever, ever and anon,
     every day, every hour, every moment, everyday, extra,
     extra edition, fortnightly, gazette, habitually, hebdomadal,
     hour after hour, hour by hour, hourly, in time, incessantly,
     journal, magazine, menstrual, momentary, momently,
     month after month, monthly, national newspaper,
     neighborhood newspaper, news, newsmagazine, newspaper,
     newspaper of record, night and day, on and on, on the beat,
     ordinary, organ, paper, perennially, periodical, periodically,
     perpetually, pictorial, quarterly, quotidian, rag, rapidly,
     recurrently, regular, regularly, review, rhythmically, right along,
     routine, seasonally, secular, semestral, semiannual, semimonthly,
     semiweekly, semiyearly, serial, sheet, slick magazine, special,
     special edition, steadily, sustainedly, synchronously, tabloid,
     tertian, trade magazine, triennial, unceasingly, unintermittently,
     uninterruptedly, unvaryingly, weekly, weekly newspaper,
     without cease, without letup, without stopping, year after year,
     yearbook, yearly
  
  

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