religious holiday

NOUN
  1. a day specified for religious observance
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  • Are you upset that stores indulging in consumeristic excess don't explicitly mention your religious holiday as they do it? 2008 Keep Mass in Christmas Campaign
  • Christmas is a joyful religious holiday when Christians celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ.
  • Nighttime festivities called verbenas are held on the eve of religious holidays.
  • Nighttime festivities called verbenas are held on the eve of religious holidays.
  • As a historical, national and religious holiday, Thanksgiving Day began with the English in Plymouth Colony.
  • In the ‘good old days’, all one needed to get a crowd out on the streets on a religious holiday was a call to the head of the men's and ladies' sodalities.
  • And that the choice to not use the term containing a religious holiday reflects no "conspiracy against religion" as you have invented? Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]
  • Thanksgiving is not a religious holiday. But it has spiritual meaning.
  • Secular and religious holidays are occasions for the preparation of special foods, with fish soup and dumplings, peas and rice, salt fish, stewed mutton, curried goat and grilled local fish preferred.
  • Thanksgiving is not a religious holiday. But it has spiritual meaning.
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