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A national holiday celebrating the anniversary of the adoption of the Declaration of Independence in 1776.Also called Independence Day
- ‘On the Fourth of July, Kris, Johnny, and I went to the Johnsons' house to set off fireworks.’
- ‘Fireworks have always been a part of how we, as Americans, celebrate the Fourth of July.’
- ‘It's as inevitable as fireworks on the Fourth of July or loud music at a rock concert.’
- ‘Yesterday was the Fourth of July, one of the few days a year the government says we can all sleep in.’
- ‘Well, that's one way of having a memorable Fourth of July and wedding ceremony.’
- ‘Hopefully, they'll give me something to celebrate with family over the Fourth of July weekend.’
- ‘It's fun being able to race like that and being part of a historical moment, especially on the Fourth of July weekend.’
- ‘His time in the military has given him a different perspective on the Fourth of July.’
- ‘The Fourth of July was the time to commemorate the forefathers and foremothers who started it all.’
- ‘It is a holiday comparable in importance to the American Fourth of July.’
- ‘She claimed to have done it on the Fourth of July, which, though technically possible, is a little bit of a stretch.’
- ‘For the Fourth of July, she baked red, white and blue cupcakes and bread for his preschool class.’
- ‘By the 1870s, the Fourth of July was the most important secular holiday on the calendar.’
- ‘The Fourth of July is a day for family fun.’
- ‘She came to a Fourth of July parade once - I saw her standing on the other side of the street.’
- ‘The Fourth of July is celebrated in a very special way in Philadelphia, which was the original capital of the new nation.’
- ‘I refer to the Tuesday afternoon trip in advance of the big Fourth of July holiday weekend.’
- ‘For one who was born and grew up in the small towns of the Midwest, there is a special kind of nostalgia about the Fourth of July.’
- ‘Also, they were common because the Fourth of July was peak beach time for families.’
- ‘I have a favorite photo that I took at last year's Fourth of July parade in our neighborhood.’
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