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Days vs Daze
Days vs Daze. She was in such a daze from shopping that she forgot how many days left until Christmas. Give the gift of ErrNET to your writing!
Days is 24-hour periods.
Daze as a verb is to make (someone) unable to think or react properly; stupefy; bewilder.
Daze as a noun is a state of stunned confusion or bewilderment.
Days and daze are types of homonyms that are words pronounced the same but have different meanings and spellings. Because of their identical pronunciations and similar spellings, days and daze are frequently misused in English writing. To make your days brighter, you may want to check out ErrNET copyediting technology for your writing!
Days sentence examples:
There are 365 days in a year.
I am counting the days until he will pay back the money he owes me.
I only have 3 more days to wait until Christmas morning!
I remember the days when I was in high school and had no worries about the future or anything else.
How many days do you think it will take for him to finish his book report?
Did you know that there are fourteen days in a fortnight?
Daze sentence examples:
Her bosses’ demeaning comments would daze her for the rest of the day.
I was in such a daze that I forgot to pick up my children from school!
Have you ever been in such a daze that you forgot you had something heating in the microwave?
His wedding proposal put her in such a daze that her lip started quivering and she could not spurt out the word “yes.”
I was in such a daze this morning that only after showering and dressing for work, I realized it was Saturday and did not have to go to work!
Her music put her in such a daze that she rear-ended the car in front of her.