day return

NOUN
  1. a return ticket (at reduced fare) for traveling both ways in the same day
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How To Use day return In A Sentence

  • A jury at Manchester Coroner's Court yesterday returned verdicts of accidental death caused by dangerous driving in the cases of both men, who were lifelong friends from Failsworth.
  • Ever since privatisation, the government has regulated certain railway fares - season tickets, cheap day returns and savers - limiting the increases allowed.
  • Alternatively, next-day return train tickets from Dublin to Westport cost €20.96 and weekend return tickets cost €34.29 each.
  • Amid a frenzy of handshakes, nostalgic ‘what could have been’ looks and a posse of camera crews, the Conservative leader yesterday returned to a hero's welcome in Blackpool.
  • A pensioner using a railcard for a day return from Brighton to Evesham can find himself paying any of 11 different fares, from £24.30 to £92.80, depending on which trains he happens to book.
  • The price of a five-day return train ticket on the Dublin-Cork route would rise from €54.80 to €59.
  • We're so confident about the quality of our jewelry, that we offer a 30 - Day Return Policy.
  • The next day, I overnighted the camera back to my parents so they could return it to the store within the 10-day return policy.
  • The institute also preserves the bodies of 100 cats and dogs and other pets whose owners hope they may one day return to life. Times, Sunday Times
  • A Chelmsford Crown Court jury on Thursday returned a unanimous not guilty verdict.
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