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diary

di·a·ry

diary

 
pronunciation:
daI ri
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part of speech: noun
inflections: diaries
definition 1: a daily record, esp. of a person's experiences, reflections, and private thoughts.
Do you keep a diary when you go on one of your adventures?
synonyms:
journal, log
similar words:
annals, record
definition 2: a book used for recording one's experiences, reflections, and private thoughts.
She writes in her diary every night and keeps it under her pillow.
synonyms:
daybook
similar words:
commonplace book, logbook, notebook
definition 3: (chiefly British) a book with spaces to record appointments, personal notes, or reminders; appointment book.
I'll just check my diary and see if I'm free next Wednesday.
derivation: diarist (n.)
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The word diary contains the following part:
di, diurn, journ Latin root that means day