What are nowadays?

  • (adv): In these times.
    Example: "It is solely by their language that the upper classes nowadays are distinguished"- Nancy Mitford
    Synonyms: now, today
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on nowadays:

Mankind (play) - Synopsis
... 'Fashion), Nowadays (i.e ... warning him specifically about Mischief, New Guise, Nowadays and Nought ... New Guise, Nowadays and Nought return to tempt Mankind ...
Moricca - Nowadays
... Nowadays, Moricca family's members live in Calabria, their land of origin, Turin, Rome, Warsaw and Bruxelles ...
Spanish Exonyms - France - Francia - Towns
... Carcassonne Carcasona Grande Chartreuse La Gran Cartuja Chambéry Chamberí (seldom used nowadays) Cherbourg Cherburgo Clairvaux Claraval Collioure Colibre (seldom used nowadays ...
Gimbweiler - History
... much like neighbouring Wolfersweiler’s (nowadays an outlying centre of Nohfelden) ... interests and rights at Eckelnhusen (Eckelhausen, nowadays an outlying centre of Nohfelden), Hanwilre (Hahnweiler), and Moysberg, an estate and some paupers at Gumpwiler ... Freisen, Hoppstädten, Hahnweiler and Reitscheid (nowadays an outlying centre of Freisen), belonged to the Obersteins’ great Lotharingian fief the enfeoffment document laying out this arrangement was ...
LGBT Rights In Israel - LGBT in Israeli Society - LGBT in Israeli Politics - Nowadays
... On October 22, 2002, Meretz MK Uzi Even made history by becoming the first openly gay Member of Knesset ... The only other openly gay MK is Nitzan Horowitz, also from Meretz ...

More definitions of "nowadays":

  • (noun): The period of time that is happening now; any continuous stretch of time including the moment of speech.
    Synonyms: present

Famous quotes containing the word nowadays:

    The courts used to be, fair and square, the avengers of secular crimes; but nowadays they demand respect even for the criminal.
    Franz Grillparzer (1791–1872)

    Educational ... legislation nowadays is largely in the hands of illiterate people, and the illiterate will take good care that their illiteracy is not made a reproach on them.
    Katharine Fullerton Gerould (1879–1944)

    Nobody of any real culture, for instance, ever talks nowadays about the beauty of sunset. Sunsets are quite old fashioned.... To admire them is a distinct sign of provincialism of temperament. Upon the other hand they go on.
    Oscar Wilde (1854–1900)