Definition of Easter Monday in English:

Easter Monday

noun

  • The day after Easter Sunday, a public holiday in some places.

    • ‘It will be Easter Monday, a public holiday and I'm not going to work, so I have to come up with something.’
    • ‘Another service will take place at the cross in Otley Market Place at 3pm on Easter Monday.’
    • ‘The massive fire started on the old tannery's top floor shortly after 6pm on Easter Monday, during the school holidays.’
    • ‘On Easter Monday, Michael will be aiming to keep a clean sheet against his dad's old team in the Division One game of the season at Molineux.’
    • ‘The only four days when they would not be in use would be Christmas and Boxing days, Good Friday and Easter Monday.’
    • ‘Spring is a great time of year, what with Good Friday, Easter Monday, May Day… hardly a week goes by without a day off work.’
    • ‘Last Easter Monday the couple returned to England where a short while later Mrs Kelly became ill.’
    • ‘Local rivals Bamber Bridge will provide the opposition on Boxing Day and Easter Monday.’
    • ‘Who will ever forget that magnificent Easter Monday 2001 in Croke Park?’
    • ‘On Easter Monday they had Clonad as visitors for a league game.’
    • ‘A big chunk of our Easter Monday was spent in a queue in Anstruther.’
    • ‘On Easter Monday, April 21, the Ramblers will meet at Bonniconlon Church at 12 noon.’
    • ‘Easter Sunday, Easter Monday, and Boxing Day are not statutory holidays.’
    • ‘It was an historic Easter Monday for punters and unionists alike.’
    • ‘The rave had been due to continue on Easter Monday but police pressure forced it to end on the Sunday.’
    • ‘Having been flung to the wolves by the Ibrox set, he is quite ready to continue his resurrection at Molineux this Easter Monday.’
    • ‘Members of the public can see the boat launched on Easter Monday between noon and 2.00 pm.’
    • ‘As Easter Sunday and Easter Monday approached there was an air of excitement as the favourite past-time could resume.’
    • ‘It's called ‘pomlazka’ and it happens in the forgotten lands of central Europe, every Easter Monday.’
    • ‘The jury was told he arrived unannounced in Rowan Avenue in the evening of Easter Monday, after going to the house the previous day when the couple were out.’

Pronunciation

Easter Monday

/ˈēstər ˈmənˌdā/