any day

any day

No set or specific time or date; any time. I don't need the report back immediately, any day will do.
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any day

1. No particular time, as in It doesn't matter when; any day is fine with me.
2. Also, any day now. Quite soon, as in I might get a call any day, or There could be a snowstorm any day now.
3. Also, any day of the week. Every day, as in I could eat fresh corn any day of the week. All three senses employ any in the sense of "no matter which," a usage dating from a.d. 1000.
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any day

1 at any time. 2 used to express your strong preference for something under any circumstances.
2 2003 Royal Academy Magazine Give me Bruegel rather than Michelangelo any day.
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ˈany day (of the week)

used for showing that you prefer one thing or person to another: I’d rather have him than his brother any day of the week.
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any day (now)

(spoken) very soon: The letter should arrive any day now.
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References in classic literature ?
They had done this so often in the canning establishments that the girls were fairly desperate; their wages had gone down by a full third in the past two years, and a storm of discontent was brewing that was likely to break any day.
Three one-day workshops were offered in Roanoke, Wintergreen, and McLean, Virginia, targeting counselors and program staff from any day camp in Virginia, licensed or unlicensed, accredited or non-accredited.