Jan 31, 2011 ... "Nowadays" was spelled like "now a days" and "now adays" in Middle English,
but now it's spelled like . . .
People don't wear hats much nowadays. <nowadays wives are just as likely to
work outside the home as their husbands are> ...
That's how "nowadays" is written nowadays. It used to be hyphenated on
occasion as "now-a-days". It means "now", "in the present time", "these ...
Although it used to be hyphenated on occasion as “now-a-days,” this expression
is nowadays usually rendered as a single unhyphenated word. Some folks ...
[Middle English nouadaies : nou, now; see now + a (variant of on, on; see on) +
daies, genitive of dai, day; see day.] American Heritage® Dictionary of the ...
The kitchens of nowadays are much more efficient than when I was a boy. Origin
of nowadays. Expand. Middle English. 1325-1375. 1325-75; Middle English ...
We can use nowadays, these days or today as adverbs meaning 'at the present
time, ... These days you never see a young person give up their seat for an older
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Dec 21, 2012 ... Recently, I was auto-corrected by a word processor when I typed in "now days" to
"nowadays." Why did it do this to me? "Nowadays" looks and ...