from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. One who is on vacation.
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- n. Someone who is on vacation
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who is taking a vacation; especially, one who is journeying for pleasure; an excursionist.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone on vacation; someone who is devoting time to pleasure or relaxation rather than to work
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When baseball is over he jokes he'll become "a professional vacationist," but deep down he's always had a desire to be an architect.
It was like a walking-stick that, when the mountain-tramp is over, the vacationist puts on the wall as a memento.
A returned vacationist tells us that he was fishing in a pond one day when a country boy who had been watching him from a distance approached him and asked.
This volume of the Pleasure and Profit Library is offered to the hunter, trapper, fisher, vacationist and out of doors people in general.
The beauty and natural charm of the region around Washington enchants the vacationist.
To each returning vacationist it seems as if everyone in town must be interested in what he or she did during the summer.
They will mark the return to the city of thousands and thousands of vacationists after two months or two weeks of feverish recuperation and there is probably no more obnoxious class of citizen, taken end for end, than the returning vacationist.
Bartlett, the "dudey" vacationist from the city, whose father had, years ago, been Beriah Higgins's partner in the fish business?
Travel + Leisure, the world's leading travel magazine brand, and Luxury Link, the leader in online luxury travel, announced the launch of Vacationist (www. vacationist.com), an invitation-only, private-sale travel website for luxury travelers, at the American Express Publishing Luxury Summit at the Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas.