And it divides an audience's attention from the quotidian, workaday world, whether at the Globe or the Delacorte.
The current GOP field, by contrast, finds itself hindered by detachment—even alienation—from the quotidian details of governance.
Videos uploaded by some mothers and fathers are less of a reach out than a simple continuation of their quotidian Internet habits.
We Think Alone feels at first somehow too quotidian and mundane, wholly un-artlike.
To read their letters is a similar exercise, even when the correspondence regards only quotidian matters.
Yet what novelist has kept his ear so close to quotidian happenings, and with what dignity and charm in his crumbling cadences?
It was wont to be esteemed an ordinary visnomy, a quotidian merely.
It is a quotidian truth that few before him had the courage or clairvoyancy to enunciate.
One of the main objects of literary history is to separate what is quotidian from what is not.
For our quotidian difficulties his example promises no solution.
quotidian quo·tid·i·an (kwō-tĭd'ē-ən)
Recurring daily. Used especially of attacks of malaria.