national holiday

  1. authorized by law and limiting work or official business
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How To Use national holiday In A Sentence

  • The event took place on the day of North Korea's most important national holiday.
  • Such a situation may not have been conducive to making the day a national holiday.
  • I finally spent all my seven days luxuriously and tomorrow is the first working day after the national holiday.
  • Today we celebrate our day of independence. It's a national holiday.
  • Day of unity Yesterday's rather half-hearted celebration of a century and a half of Italian unity—a national holiday observed over the misgivings of the regionalist Northern League party and the outright abstention of the German-speaking region of South Tyrol—has left an appropriately downbeat memorial in the new Museum of the Roman Republic. A Nation of Racing Drivers Speeds Ahead
  • Croatian workers receive at least four weeks of vacation per year, in addition to national holidays.
  • National holiday: Commonwealth Day (second Monday of March) The 2000 CIA World Factbook
  • This is indeed an opportunity for a grand national holiday, the radical proposal imagined by the shoemaker-socialist William Benbow in 1830. In praise of… a grand national holiday | Editorial
  • President Woodrow Wilson, in 1914, made an official announcement proclaiming Mother's Day as a national holiday that was to be held on second Sunday of May.
  • The war had left no trace, except perhaps a little extra excess, a little added relish for what is still the chief national holiday. The English Civil War: A People's History
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