bank holidaySEE DEFINITION OF bank holiday
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BANK HOLIDAY
But to-day, of course, is a half-day, because of yesterday's Bank Holiday.
It might have been a crowd out for enjoyment of a Bank Holiday.
"It's Bank Holiday," Mrs. Drabdump reminded him in tones of acute surprise.
But to have a bad December Bank Holiday is too much of a bad thing.
One can stand that sort of thing on a summer Bank Holiday; one expects it.
It was a Bank Holiday, and I walked pensively about the outskirts of a big town.
I hope you'll be able to dine with us on bank holiday, Mr. Lundell?
Was it on a Monday morning, the first after the Bank Holiday?
Bank Holiday traffic and excursionists, racing and football crowds.
For a time there was a kind of Bank Holiday crowd on Hill 70.