Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One who holds a free pass or a season ticket, as to a theater, on a railway, etc.

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Examples

  • Yorker Sarah Yi, a seasoned traveler and 2010 pass-holder.

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  • "Every single hour counts," said Emil Skandul, a New Yorker and JetBlue pass-holder I met in

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  • Oct. 1, Diana at Biltmore, Biltmore Estate, general admission $48, reserved $58, Biltmore pass-holder general $43. 866-336-1255 or,

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  • At least I thought it was until I realized the middle-aged gentleman already sitting on the wall was a fellow pass-holder and not a musician.

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  • Megan Kearney The fruit market in Villa de Leyva, a historic town a few hours from Bogotá, one of several destinations for Megan Kearney, a pass-holder.

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  • Miss Zatuliveter came to the UK three years ago to study at Bradford University and underwent security vetting before becoming a House of Commons pass-holder and taking up her position as an MP's assistant.

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  • What we're doing is letting the pass-holder pay only for what they want.

    City Weekly

  • Miss Zatuliveter underwent security vetting before becoming a House of Commons pass-holder and taking up her position as a full-time assistant two-and-a-half years ago.

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  • Other A+ Spring Pass benefits include a free half-day lesson for the pass-holder, lift-ticket discounts for family and friends, and 10 percent off cafeteria and retail-shop purchases.

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  • The conference and workshop pass entitles the pass-holder access to all conference events, all keynotes, all workshops, all networking events, official swag, and lunch (Tue-Fri).

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