just about every day free of work that one may invest at leisure, particularly each and every day on which custom or perhaps the legislation dictates a halting of general business activity to commemorate or celebrate a certain occasion.
A religious feast day; a holy time.
Chiefly British A Holiday. Usually found in the expression on vacation.
just about every day upon which a festival, religious event, or national party is usually observed.
A day declared without work because of the federal government.
a time period of one or more days taken off work by a worker for leisure.
a period of time when pupils and pupils usually do not go to their college or institution.
an interval removed work or study for travel.
A consecrated day; spiritual anniversary; each day set apart honoring some person, or in commemoration of some occasion. See holyday.
A-day of exemption from labor; everyday of amusement and gayety; a festival day.
on a daily basis fixed legally for suspension of company; a legal getaway.
A consecrated time; a religious anniversary; everyday set apart for commemorating some crucial event or in honor of some person.
an event of pleasure and gaiety.
every day of exemption from work, or of relaxing and enjoyment; each day or numerous days during which ordinary occupations are suspended, either by a person or by a residential district.
Nautical, an area negligently left uncoated in tarring or painting a ship or its appurtenances.
The Christmas Time season.
free time from work specialized in sleep or pleasure