New Year's Day


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New Year's Day

n.
January 1, the first day of the year, celebrated as a holiday in many countries.

New Year's Day

n
Jan 1, celebrated as a holiday in many countries. Often (US and Canadian informal) shortened to: New Year's

New′ Year's` Day′


n.
January 1, celebrated as a holiday in many countries.
[1150–1200]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.New Year's Day - the first day of the yearNew Year's Day - the first day of the year    
legal holiday, national holiday, public holiday - authorized by law and limiting work or official business
Jan, January - the first month of the year; begins 10 days after the winter solstice
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New Year's Day

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THE WEEK FOLLOWING Christmas brought in a thaw, and by New Year's Day all the world about us was a broth of grey slush, and the guttered slope between the windmill and the barn was running black water.
longer than that, if he knew it!--will I marry him on New Year's Day; the best and happiest day, he says, in the whole year, and one that is almost sure to bring good fortune with it.
Vincy's, where, on New Year's Day, there was a party, to which Mr.
It was thrown open by a stranger, not by the old man who had kept it for many years, and to whom she had been known; he had probably left on New Year's Day, the date when such changes were made.
Accepting this friendly advice, Emily began with the newspaper-volume dating from New Year's Day, 1876.
"Now upon New Year's Day, when the service was done, the barons rode unto the field, some to joust, and some to tourney, and so it happened that Sir Ector rode unto the jousts, and with him rode Sir Kay his son, and young Arthur that was his nourished brother.
The first number of Our Magazine was ready on New Year's Day, and we read it that evening in the kitchen.
Philip found that Miss Price had not paid the last quarter's rent: on New Year's Day she had not given the concierge the present which old-established custom led him to regard as a right.
Speaking of books reminds me that I'm getting rich in that line, for on New Year's Day Mr.
Dean, 'as soon as they are married, and that will be on New Year's Day.'
No large improvements are under way, as the Post Office has given notice that it will take over and operate all private companies on New Year's Day, 1912.
On New Year's day a thaw set in, and during the night torrents of rain fell.