He deprecated to him the fact that, as it was a fast-day, he was unable to offer more bountiful hospitality.
Hossback-ridin' a'n't for them,—except once a year, on fast-day.
To the minds of men of a later age this fast-day dinner might seem only a little less gorging than the orthodox feast upon meats.
In the first place, the preaching of that fast-day was ‘pertinent’ and to the point.
The “Sunday blood,” the super-superb sartorial equestrian of our annual fast-day, is not imposing or dangerous.
It was a Friday, but they had quite forgotten to provide a fast-day dinner.
There is no moralising over these things: love is a hearty feeder, and thrives on a fast-day as well as on a gaudy.
There was a smell of damp, of incense, and of fast-day fare.
Explain the advantages of fast-day observance, and fast-offerings, among members of the Church.
The first day is called the "fast-day," and is observed as a Sunday.