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Meaning.formal suspension of activity” in ref. to schools, courts, etc. is recorded from c.1456. As the U.S. equivalent of what in Britain is called a holiday, it is attested from 1878. 2 Synonyms found for holidaying holiday late 14c., “freedom or release” from some activity or occupation, from O.Fr. holidayn, from L. vacationn em Dom. vacatio “leisure, a being free from duty,” from vacate “be empty, free, or at leisure” see vain. Then please submit it to us so we can make the clue database even better! As the U.S. equivalent of what in Britain is called a “holiday,” it is attested from 1878.

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