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- v. Present participle of vacation.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The going on a vacation.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the act of taking a vacation
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For any of these politicians including the president to include much of the time presently that they should be spending doing their jobs to get this country back in line while instead "vacationing", is an act of malfeasance and ignorance, and shows how really lazy these elected officials are.
One of the only drawbacks to vacationing is that you are often forced to eat […]
He demanded that I call my vacationing supervisor, my brand-new supervisor, to have him overrule me.
It didn’t quite ruin the trip, but vacationing is hard work.
He told The Blade that while his former chief of staff, Brian Hicks, typically held himself to “very high standards of ethical conduct,” it is a “disappointment” to him if Mr. Hicks acted unethically in vacationing at Mr. Noe’s home for less-than-market rates.
Faneuil says he then called the vacationing Bacanovic, who agreed, telling him to confirm it with a Merrill Lynch manager.
The San Francisco Chronicle reported Wednesday that the mayor has called vacationing fire
Tom Lipiros, the owner of Margate Travel on Atlantic Avenue, introduced the idea of vacationing in Riviera Maya to Sanchez nine years ago.
But for some, that might not be enough to overcome the idea of vacationing in a country devastated by disaster.
Chris Kausner, believing his sister was on the plane, rushed to a hastily established command center after calling his vacationing mother in Florida to break the news.