from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The holiday marking the unofficial end of summer, held on the first Monday in September.
- n. Annual holiday held May 1 to celebrate the economic and social achievements of workers.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- In most of the States and Territories of the United States, a day, usually the first Monday of September, set aside as a legal holiday, in honor of, or in the interest of, workingmen as a class. Also, a similar holiday in Canada, Australia, etc.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In some of the States, a legal holiday, commonly the first Monday in September, established for the benefit of the laboring classes.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. first Monday in September in the United States and Canada
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Style comes at all price points, and our Labor Day edition will focus on some of the more affordable stores in the city - allowing all of us to indulge in some of the latest styles, and still pay the mortgage!
Style comes at all price points, and our Labor Day edition will focus on some of the more affordable stores in the city.
By Labor Day, expect to see new cocktails, mocktails and "fun" kids drinks.
By Labor Day, I was checking the Tivo hourly for when new shows that could be season passed.
We'll review that information, and between today and Labor Day, we'll see what the Justice Department does.
By Labor Day, I plan to be a card-carrying regular.
In an apparent attempt to simultaneously slander the Tea Party movement and preempt some of the themes the Republican Party will run on come Labor Day, the Democratic National Committee is announcing today the "Republican Tea Party Contract on America."
Monday, Labor Day, is expected to get back into the 80s.
AFL-CIO President John Sweeney spent his Labor Day campaigning with vice presidential candidate Senator John Edwards.
This Monday, Labor Day, you'll see that spirit all across our country -- Milwaukee at the Labor Day Parade; and Little Rock at the Old-Time American Union Picnic; in Michigan, as they have on every Labor Day since 1958 -- you'll see tens of thousands of people walking the five miles across the Mackinaw Bridge connecting the state's upper and lower peninsulas.