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Meaning of HOLIDAY

Pronunciation:  'hâli`dey

 
Matching Terms:  holidam, holiday resort, holiday season, holidaymaker

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 Definition: Dreaming of holidays, represent a need for a break or time for rest. You are expressing a wish to escape from your responsibilities. Depending on the activities related to the holiday, the dream may also indicate family issues, personal attitudes or some difficulty.
 
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 Related Terms: abeyance, abscondence, absence, absence without leave, absentation, absenteeism, absenting, Admission Day, anniversaries, Arbor Day, Armed Forces Day, Armistice Day, Army Day, AWOL, bank holiday, Bastille Day, break, caesura, cease-fire, celebrating, celebration, ceremony, Christmas, church feast, coffee break, Colorado Day, comfortable, commemoration, Constitution Day, cut, day of festivities, day off, Decoration Day, default, departure, Dewali, disappearance, Discovery Day, Double Ten, downtime, dressing ship, drop, Easter Monday, Election Day, Empire Day, escape, Evacuation Day, event, excused absence, fair, fanfare, fanfaronade, feast, feast day, festal, festival, festival day, festivity, fete, fete day, fixed feast, Flag Day, fleeing, flourish of trumpets, Foundation Day, Fourth of July, French leave, furlough, gala, gala day, go on furlough, go on leave, Groundhog Day, half time, half-time intermission, Halifax Day, Halloween, hesitation, high day, High Holiday, High Holy Day, Holi, holy day, hooky, Ides of March, interim, interlude, intermezzo, intermission, intermittence, interregnum, interruption, interval, jubilee, Kuhio Day, Labor Day, lapse, layoff, leave, leave of absence, leaving, legal holiday, Lenin Memorial Day, letup, liberty, Loyalty Day, lull, make holiday, marking the occasion, Maryland Day, May Day, Mecklenburg Day, Memorial Day, memorialization, memory, Midsummer Day, National Aviation Day, Navy Day, Nevada Day, nonappearance, nonattendance, observance, off-time, ovation, paid holiday, paid vacation, Pan American Day, Pascua Florida Day, pause, Pioneer Day, plateau, point of repose, quiet, quiet spell, recess, red-letter day, rejoicing, relief, religious rites, remembrance, Remembrance Day, remission, respite, rest, restful, resting point, revel, rite, ritual observance, Roosevelt Day, running away, sabbatical, sabbatical leave, sabbatical year, salute, salvo, shore leave, sick leave, solemn observance, solemnization, stand-down, State Day, stay, Sunday, suspension, take a holiday, take leave, testimonial, testimonial banquet, testimonial dinner, Texas Independence Day, time off, time out, toast, tribute, triumph, truancy, truantism, truce, unexcused absence, United Nations Day, vacation, vacational, V-E Day, Victory Day, weekend, West Virginia Day, Wyoming Day
 

 

 

 

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