One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Everyone will have good luck or success at some point in their lives.
- ‘However, no sooner had I written this than I get to find out every dog has his day, right?’
- ‘After many weeks of shooting in the high 120's and hitting the ball like a dog, his first win for over 2 years proved that every dog has its day.’
- ‘But every dog has his day I guess so this one could be it.’
- ‘It is said that every dog has his day and it has been a long time between barks for Dick - so well done!’
- ‘It's not nice to keep losing but every dog has its day.’
- ‘There comes a time to stop, every dog has its day, and I think I have had mine.’
- ‘As I said to him after the game, every dog has his day and fair dues to them.’
- ‘In parallel with his ascendancy to the top of the NFL tree went his present team, their unlikely transformation from zeroes to heroes last season illustrating that every dog has its day.’
- ‘I'm aware that, very, very occasionally a performance is given which astonishes us all, but every dog has his day, and England's problem is having too few of these.’
- ‘‘Well, you know what they say… every dog has its day,’ he pointed out.’
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