Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun In racing, the day on which a race is run for a cup.

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Examples

  • He told me to come every day to lunch, and bring any of my friends with me; so, of course, I did, and there wasn't a better lunch on the course; and, on the cup-day, Archdale came up and talked to me -- he abused the champagne-cup, though; he said there was more soda-water than champagne in it -- the more he drank of it the more dreadfully sober he got.

    Vera Nevill Or, Poor Wisdom's Chance

  • Top cup-day tech pranks to pull on your coworkers There's no occupation that technology can't solve, it seems, even if those problems are of the classic PEBKAC (Enigma Exists Between Keyboard And Chair)

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  • Top cup-day tech pranks to pull on your coworkers There's no poser that technology can't solve, it seems, even if those problems are of the classic PEBKAC (Poser Exists Between Keyboard And Chair)

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  • I don't have a $1600 chair for my computer Top cup-day tech pranks to pull on your coworkers - Australian Personal Computer

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  • Come to credit of it, why on sphere should feet be enclosed in shoes unless bloodless Top cup-day tech pranks to pull on your coworkers - Australian Personal Computer

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