The Lord's Day

Sunday; the Christian Sabbath, on which the Lord Jesus rose from the dead.

See also: Lord

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
But the Vicar insisted that Philip should be clean and sweet for the lord's Day. Mary Ann said she would rather go than be put upon--and after eighteen years she didn't expect to have more work given her, and they might show some consideration--and Philip said he didn't want anyone to bath him, but could very well bath himself.
Secondly, we have the fact that 'the Lord's Day' is a Christian institution.
No victuals whatever cooked on the Lord's Day, with the exception of dinner for Mr and Mrs Gallanbile, which, being a work of piety and necessity, is exempted.
"Next week, I'll explain how the Bible uses the phrase "the Lord's Day" to refer to going to church on Sunday.
On the Lord's Day when the hills would not provide succor for the hunted, today's gist may become the Book of Remembrance.
Canon law lists the precepts of life as a faithful Catholic, including honoring the Lord's Day and holy days of obligation, participating in the sacrament of reconciliation at least once every year, receiving the Eucharist during the Easter season, fasting on Good Friday and Ash Wednesday, and supporting the material needs of the church.
10 I was in the Spirit on the Lord's day, and heard behind me a great voice, as of a trumpet,
The Lord's Day being a Sunday has already been taken away as a holy day because it seems to be able to shop six days a week, 24 hours a day is not enough.
And love Him by honoring His name, by keeping the Lord's Day. Don't insult God.
This day (The Lord's Day) began with a Bible Study that emphasized the sovereignty of God.
Finally, to round off the weekend, for those with some party left in them on the Lord's Day, Shelter Sunday's is still providing that feel good vibe.
Reverend Raymond Robinson, whose congregation held placards and handed out leaflets on Donegall Avenue, said: "Our opposition is to the breaking of observance of the Lord's day."