saint's day

NOUN
  1. a day commemorating a saint
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  • Stephen Garnett, editor of This England magazine, said: "We're incredibly disappointed that English people are afraid of displaying the St George's Cross on our patron saint's day.
  • Stephen Garnett, editor of This England magazine, said: "We're incredibly disappointed that English people are afraid of displaying the St George's Cross on our patron saint's day.
  • The saint's day is celebrated by a fiesta that includes a religious ceremony.
  • Our patron saint's day, St George's Day on April 23, is not recognised as a public holiday, unlike Ireland's St. Patrick's Day, whose celebrations on March 17 are famous worldwide.
  • The band has also led Laois contingents through the streets of London and Birmingham on the national saint's day.
  • Boxty bread, a potato bread marked with a cross, is still eaten by some on Halloween or the eve of All Saint's Day.
  • Celebrating our national spirit on our patron saint's day, such awards clearly cannot do justice to the myriad, often unsung acts of ingenuity, endeavour or sheer on-the-street decency which betoken the progress of a people.
  • I have seen no reluctance on behalf of the Scottish and Welsh parts of this country to fly their national flags on the designated patron saint's day.
  • The saint's day is celebrated by a fiesta that includes a religious ceremony.
  • It's my patron saint's day, and I'm standing the racket.
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