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carpe diem (Latin) seize the day; the attitude or advice that one should enjoy today without thought for tomorrow.
correlative in grammar, of or denoting a construction or paired words that indicate alternatives or reciprocal, mutual, or parallel relations, such as "either" and "or" in "He'll come either today or tomorrow" and "both" and "and" in "Both the house and the garage caught fire." [1/4 definitions]
du jour of the day (French); available or being served today.
stromatolite a laminated rock with accumulated layers of prokaryotic bacteria, algae, and sediment found in shallow marine environments, contains the oldest fossils known today.
tomorrow the day after today. [2/4 definitions]
yesterday on the day preceding today. [3/5 definitions]