This impression was strengthened on our seeing the citizens returning from the country in their holy-day suits.
The day was clear and cold, as if befitting the holy-day they were about to celebrate.
When he comes home, those wonders serve him for his holy-day talke.
The good woman ventured, as she handed him his holy-day jeans, to urge his return home at an earlier hour than usual.
The religious and moral duties to which the "holy-day," as it is called, should be strictly devoted are there specified.
One young fellow was calling out, "At least, it is a holy-day, and I shall go to Paris!"
This day is kept strictly as a holy-day, being the King's Coronation.
So that the holy-day may be called a marriage-day, wherein we are married unto God; which day is very needful to be kept.
Have read myself out, and being very much occupied during the week, will take advantage of the holy-day to speak on a holy topic.
They empowered them to proceed against such as neglected the Sundays and holy-day.