On a feast-day lightning penetrated into a church near Carpentras.
The launching of that flatboat was made a feast-day in the neighborhood.
"And all this on the feast-day," muttered Arbaces, turning into his house with a heavy heart.
In honor of the god a feast-day is held on the tenth of every month.
The least he ought to do, as it was Madame Arnoux's feast-day, was to make her a present.
These were held on the feast-day of the saint after whom the church was named.
A passing reference to London's patron saint Erkenwald and some remarks about a students' feast-day.
There he was anyway, working like a butcher before a feast-day.
Joan was troubled a moment, then she answered yes, it was a feast-day.
Sunday with these people is like any other feast-day, and consecrated cheerful enjoyment.