weekdays

[week-deyz]
adverb
every day, especially Monday through Friday, during the workweek: Weekdays we're open from nine till five.

Origin:
see week, day, -s1

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weekday

[week-dey]
noun
1.
any day of the week except Sunday or, often, Saturday and Sunday.
adjective
2.
of or on a weekday: weekday occupations.

Origin:
before 900; Middle English; Old English wicdæg. See week, day

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weekday (ˈwiːkˌdeɪ)
 
n
any day of the week other than Sunday and, often, Saturday

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weekday
O.E. wicdæge "day of the week" (cf. O.H.G. wehhatag, O.N. vikudagr). See week + day. In M.E., any day other than Sunday.
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Example sentences
Weekdays, he throws himself into his high-intensity work.
Weekend days are no different from weekdays any longer since some work needs to
  be done daily.
On weekdays, kids at the center do everything from quilt making to rug braiding
  to cooking.
For the best conditions, try timing your excursion for weekdays in the early
  morning-and after the afternoon traffic.
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