- n. Plural form of weekender.
“Also not far from Guadalajara is Lake Chapala, the country's largest fresh water lake, popular with weekenders from the city and home to a large foreign population.”
“And local girl Michelle Cutty cooks for, cleans up after, and resents the "weekenders".”
“These "weekenders" sell their catch at way below the going rate, thereby affecting the returns of genuine fisherman.”
“Norfolk's "weekenders," or inmates who serve their sentence for only part of the week, are sometimes asked to report to job sites to work off their time in lieu of incarceration.”
“Swim Party has began booking shows for the new year, including shows outside of San Diego, including 2 small "weekenders," and a tour in march.”
“weekenders" make this trip nearly every Saturday to Monday in the year, and get to know every rut and stone in the roadway and every degenerate policeman of the rapacious crew who hide in hedges and lie in wait for poor unfortunate automobilists who may have slipped down”
“While it is true that many of the wealthier capitalinos do own weekend homes, and weekend house and bungalow rentals is a thriving business here, the crowds of weekenders are just never evident.”
“Countless thousands of mini-boxes to house weekenders where community infrastrutcure is at best inadequate.”
“The homes are ordinarily occupied by weekenders from Guadalajara, not locals, and they bring in their stuff from Guad and leave their garbage behind.”
“Frequently the best have compact historic centers you can walk and shop and eat -- and, if not too overwhelmed with the tide of weekenders, an easier place to meet with locals than some big cities.”
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