one of those days


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one of those days

a bad day not your day I missed breakfast, got to work late, and got caught in the rain at lunchtime - it was just one of those days!
Usage notes: often used in the phrase it was just one of those days with the same meaning
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one of those days

Also, just one of those days. A day when everything goes wrong, as in The car wouldn't start, I lost my glasses-it was one of those days. This expression was first recorded in 1936.
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one of those days

A difficult or trying day.
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Ever have one of those days when no matter what you do, it just isn't enough?
In the 1970's and '80's, when fewer stocks traded publicly on the New York Stock Exchange, a three-day-consecutive occurrence of 1,000 or more advancing issues in total, wherein one of those days produces considerably more (at least 1,000 advances greater than the number of declines), would often assert itself shortly after a significant stock market decline (which many people would call a "bear market"), usually at the very beginning of an upturn.
Boris had one of those days," Woodforde said, "that probably God could have been out there on the other end and he would have beaten Him easily.