V-day

NOUN
  1. the day of a victory
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How To Use V-day In A Sentence

  • Here's proof: there are vernacular Valentine cards to be had, and they seem to be gaining in popularity with each V-Day.
  • One in nine love missives received on Valentine's Day were sent by people to themselves"to save face on the dreaded V-day, "according to a survey released by online retailer amazon.co.uk.
  • Our victories in the culture wars, eloquently recapitulated by Ethan Porter in Democracy last summer "V-Day in the Culture Wars," Issue #17, have perhaps made us lax. Elbert Ventura: Making History
  • V-Day went past this year leaving a huge hangover of love, friendship, sentiment and a few bullets and bombshells as well, that spilled all over the city screens.
  • The powerful are using the V-day anniversary as a reason to pull Stalin's dusty ghost into the light and pack him up in holiday wrapping," says Rachinsky.
  • Say phooey to all your gloating girlfriends who spend V-day with any old bloke just because they are too insecure to make it on their own.
  • It started out as a joke, a tease, but then one by one, each of us succumbed to the spirit of V-day and quite pathetically, whined about wanting a boyfriend.
  • With Groundhog Day but a distant memory, it's time for local newscasters to dust off the perennial V-Day human interest story.
  • Not to sound like a V-Day grinch, but I'm also going to presume that you think this day stinks more than a rotting bouquet of bodega-bought roses. Cocktails in the Name of Love
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