Today

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Today refers to the current temporal date. The day chronologically preceding today is yesterday, whereas the day chronologically succeeding today is tomorrow.

Originally, "today" was written as a hyphenated word: "to-day". ("Tomorrow" was also written as "to-morrow".) This lasted into the early twentieth century, whereupon the word became common in its current unified form.

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