Week [noun]

Definition of Week:

temporal length of event or entity's existence, period

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Sentence/Example of Week:

They are no longer afraid to lie down as they may have been for a week.

The Bineses, with the exception of Psyche, were at breakfast a week later.

Then you could have stayed in the factory, and got your wages regularly every week.

"It will take me a week to get your clothes ready," said Mrs. Rushton.

Have faith in me for a week, mother, and see if I don't earn something in that time.

There is sufficient water to last the party about a week, but not more.

There must have been a hundred camped here about a week ago.

When absent for a week, I knew to a few minutes when we should meet again.

The week elapsed, and at the end of it, I had not presented myself at his residence.

This accounts for his ability to get through in one day more than most people do in a week.