But in spite of his leisurely look, he had not in the least the seeming of a holiday-maker.
Even at this time of day much of the English Border is still a kind of terra incognita to the tourist and holiday-maker.
One young man had only part of a face, and had to wear a painted tin mask, like a holiday-maker.
Leamington will scarcely interest the holiday-maker in Shakespeare land.
The holiday-maker rejoices in the glorious day, and the painter turns aside to shut his eyes.
From the point of view of the holiday-maker it has remained undeveloped.
Did a holiday-maker with a wife and, say, four children have to bring six sets of bedding with him?
The oncoming of bad weather, beheld from below, is a grievance to the holiday-maker.