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diurnal
used in Wuthering Heights

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happening daily, over the period of a day, or in the day rather than the evening
  • She had his companionship no longer; I esteemed it a duty to supply its lack, as much as possible, with mine: an inefficient substitute; for I could only spare two or three hours, from my numerous diurnal occupations, to follow her footsteps, and then my society was obviously less desirable than his.
    Chapter 22 (7% in)

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