from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Without a vacation; deprived of a vacation.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
The Colonel, in his turn, gave a brief account of his vacationless summer, of his daily work, of the progress of the _Post's_ Policies.
"To Indiana, Good Friday is nothing but a Friday falling in the middle of the long vacationless spring a day employees should take off to rejuvenate themselves."
The holidays are over, and for those of us sighing at the cold, dreary, vacationless months ahead it is important to remember some blessings.
Medical Unit Jan. 7, 2010 The holidays are over, and for those of us sighing at the cold, dreary, vacationless months ahead it is important to
For seven practically vacationless years he had borne burdens too great for any constitution; he had conducted his country through the greatest of all wars; he had contended, at times single-handed, in Paris with the world's most adroit politicians; he had there been prostrated with influenza, that treacherous disease which usually maims for a time those whom it does not kill, and he had not given himself a chance to recuperate; he had returned to America to engage in the most desperate conflict of his career with the leaders of the opposition party; and now, when it was clear even to his men friends, and much clearer to the intuition of a devoted wife, that nature was crying out for rest, he was setting out on one of the most arduous programmes of public speaking known even in our country, which is familiar with these strenuous undertakings.