labor day

IPA: ɫˈeɪbɝdˈeɪ

Root Word: Labor Day


  • (US), (Canada) The holiday marking the unofficial end of summer, held on the first Monday in September.
  • An annual holiday held on May 1 to celebrate the economic and social achievements of workers.

Examples of "labor-day" in Sentences

  • Such are the labor-day memories of Angelina Jolie.
  • Output per hectare, output per unit of input, output per labor-day
  • Yesterday's very light labor-day volume formed a tiny inside bar just beneath resistance in the EURJPY.
  • Just this past labor-day weekend in Detroit, Michigan, he presided over a national Islamic convention that was attended my thousands of American Muslims.
  • Shorten the season to 120 games, expand the playoffs to 4 rounds, (get more teams into the mix = more fans with stakes) and have the first round of playoffs start labor-day weekend.
  • The million workers in the nation's wheat fields have worked a hundred days each, and the total product of the labor is a billion bushels, so the value of a bushel of wheat is the tenth part of a farm labor-day.
  • "zone_info": "huffpost. politics/blog; politics = 1; nickname = nelson-lichtenstein; entry_id = 278227; hilda-solis = 1; labor = 1; labor-day = 1; labor-unions = 1; obama = 1; restaurants = 1; wal-mart = 1; work = 1",

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