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Things days often describes (“days ________”)
men, week, people, fig, notice, journey, figure, period, wonder, duration, battle, hums, meeting, work, daughters, personage, later, war, nothing, lost, labor, number, trip, service, march, intervals, credit, interval, inn, year, supply, employment, growth, things, festival, beard, exposure, gestation, everybody, bills, incubation, women, holiday, vacation, reign, periods, rule, course, option, rate, venture, friendship, market, trail, paper, impetuous, visit, program, sheet, path, meetings, age, rest, everything, strength, storm, debate, fight, increases, tour, boys, session, heating, schedule, friend, test, queen, labour, limit, nobody, worth, events, category, stone, marriage, experiment, furloughs, siege, boxers, rented, fast, rations

How days often is described (“________ days”)
few, several, early, last, first, old, next, earlier, past, earliest, former, happy, consecutive, better, later, latter, younger, dark, successive, olden, hot, ancient, one, holy, colonial, rainy, following, bad, sunny, warm, evil, alternate, halcyon, bright, golden, hour, happier, palmy, youthful, glorious, pleasant, busy, cloudy, war, happiest, week, darkest, school, fast, worst, sick, undergraduate, feast, heady, wet, off, stormy, weary, anxious


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See days used in context: 100+ rhymes, 164 Shakespeare works, 5 Mother Goose rhymes, several books and articles.

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