- n. Plural form of holidaymaker.
“And Iflracombe in the late 1980s, a seaside resort abandoned by the railway and by most holidaymakers, is one of the saddest sites I have seen.”
“Telegraph Ryanair 'strands' half-term holidaymakers 'on wrong Canary Island' - 5 hrs ago”
“Telegraph Ryanair 'strands' half-term holidaymakers 'on wrong Canary Island' - 6 hrs ago”
“Half-term holidaymakers heading for France were today warned to expect widespread travel disruption due to continuing protests against French Government pension reforms.”
“Bulgaria is the only foreign destination with growth in Romanian holidaymakers.”
“Last Friday, the National Assembly's home affairs committee approved the bill, under which three categories of special votes would be allowed - students; citizens temporarily out of the country, such as holidaymakers; and people abroad for business reasons.”
“Parliament on Friday, would allow three categories of special votes: students, citizens temporarily out of the country such as holidaymakers and people abroad for business reasons.”
“Swiss ski resorts might just have to get used to a smaller influx of German, French and Italian holidaymakers.”
“Dozens of flights to and from Scotland and Newcastle were cancelled but transport secretary Philip Hammond held out hope that the worst was over and was unlikely to disturb holidaymakers hoping to fly away for the bank holiday.”
“Furthermore, she's succeeded in attracting the kind of people who never normally go to gigs, something you can tell by the fact that a number of them can be seen outside the venue, filming the entrance to the O2 Arena on their cameraphones, like over-enthusiastic first-time holidaymakers taking photos of the baggage carousel.”
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