Definitions

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  • n. Going on holiday.

Etymologies

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holiday +‎ making

Examples

  • UKHolidaySwapShop.co.uk was founded by husband and wife Dave and Jackie Wiltshire, who wanted to pioneer a new way of British holidaymaking.

    Get a holiday for under 15 Quid!

  • We did not think it important to tell the readers where it had landed, leaving some of them with holidaymaking relatives in Glasgow concerned for their safety.

    The enormity of the situation

  • The substantial homes sprung up in the heydays of Edwardian holidaymaking when there were plans to extend the railways as far as Happsibrugh, and build an esplanade.

    So Your House is About to go Over the Cliff...

  • As long-distance holidaymaking becomes more affordable to the middle classes, the elite are ready to dig ever deeper into their wallets to stay apart from the herd.

    Do Not Disturb

  • As long-distance holidaymaking becomes more affordable to the middle classes, the elite are ready to dig deeper into their wallets to stay apart from the herd.

    IN SEARCH OF PRIVACY

  • People were all holidaymaking (if that can be where there is no work), and enjoying themselves, the surf-bathers in the sea, and hundreds of gaily-dressed men and women galloping on the beach.

    The Hawaiian Archipelago

  • His intention was to make all of Rome-and Italy - aware that the bad times were over; and what better way to do that than to give the whole country over to feasting and holidaymaking?

    Fortune's Favorites

  • The Saint had half-turned in his seat to survey the spectators with casual interest, and his gaze had just stopped thoughtfully at two vaguely familiar-looking men whom he couldn't for the moment place in either the boat-racing or the holidaymaking group — both were overdressed and one was unusually fat, with a drooping moustache — when the Coroner spoke again.

    Salvage for the Saint

  • Rivalry in tents as holidays approach DESPITE the cheapest flights in decades, holidaymaking families are turning to a humbler means of getting away this Easter.

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

  • The colourful, clapboard chalets are neatly set out and spotlessly clean, while the central entertainment complex has the fish and chip restaurant, slot machines and crazy golf course that cling desperately to an era of British holidaymaking that died two decades ago.

    Virtual Festivals

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