Definitions

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  • n. A day that is not a holiday; a working day.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ holiday

Examples

  • Ending on 27 June, it was the best 'nonholiday' quarter in terms of revenue and earnings for Apple yet -- a bar that had been newly set during the previous quarter.

    Technology Reviews, News

  • By contrast, Apple earlier this week said it more than doubled its iPhone shipments compared with a year earlier, helping it to its best nonholiday period ever as it posted a 90% surge in second-quarter net profit.

    Nokia Shares Tumble on Earnings Report

  • The sharp slowdown was driven by a drop in activity in heavy industry, including a 4% decline in the volume of electricity generation -- the first such decline in a nonholiday month in a decade.

    China Data Show

  • I know Jehovah's Witnesses don't celebrate holidays, but is it OK to wrap the gifts we purchased in a nonholiday wrapping paper?

    Beliefwatch: Thou Shalt ...

  • This means that those who maintain the same diet regimen across the week and year are more likely to maintain their weight loss over the following year than those who diet more strictly on weekdays and/or during nonholiday periods.

    The Diet Detective’s Count Down

  • While the summer and Christmas holidays remain the primary release dates for distributors, there are many opportunities during nonholiday playtime to achieve success at the box office.

    The Movie Business Book, Third Edition

  • Hold your sale on a nonholiday weekend unless you live in a resort town with lots of vacationers.

    How To Buy & Sell just about Everything

  • And without the attendant stresses of the Christmas season, a nonholiday gathering would be that much more enjoyable.

    RISMedia

  • The Trans-Siberian Orchestra finally will get a chance to showcase its nonholiday fare during a spring tour.

    Tonawanda News Homepage

  • The intention was to complete two trilogies - one relating to Christmas and one not - but the success of the group's Christmas material (two platinum albums, "The Christmas Attic" and "The Lost Christmas Eve," and one double-platinum album in "Christmas Eve and Other Stories") put the nonholiday material on hold.

    Tonawanda News Homepage

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