Antonyms for holidays

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Six months after you left, the holidays came, and I came up to town.

Then after the bog and the potatoes, came funerals and holidays innumerable.

On all their holidays, the Pygmies had excellent sport with Antaeus.

Like her husband, she was vaguely excited; she began to feel as if life would be all holidays.

However, I loved her faithfully; and one time I went home with her for the holidays.

The little shop is open early and late, Sundays, week-days, and holidays.

The Christmas holidays went by more rapidly than I had expected.

Let each find out the manner in which the holidays were kept.

They had but few acts which they performed in common, and these only on holidays.

I should like to be, but you don't suppose we journalists get holidays of that sort!