Meanings.state of being unoccupied; process of vacating” are early 15c. King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - July 07, 2015 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - May 15, 2015 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - March 27, 2015 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - January 30, 2015 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - December 23, 2014 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - November 26, 2014 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - November 17, 2014 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - October 14, 2014 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - October 01, 2014 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - August 22, 2014 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - July 07, 2014 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - June 12, 2014 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - June 10, 2014 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - May 19, 2014 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - April 09, 2014 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - March 29, 2014 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - March 25, 2014 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - March 21, 2014 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - February 10, 2014 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - December 27, 2013 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - December 18, 2013 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - November 19, 2013 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - November 16, 2013 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - August 06, 2013 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - July 04, 2013 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - April 25, 2013 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - February 14, 2013 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - October 19, 2012 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - October 16, 2012 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - September 27, 2012 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - September 25, 2012 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - August 15, 2012 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - June 02, 2012 Found an answer for the clue Vacationing that we don't have? Then please submit it to us so we can make the clue database even better! late 14c., “freedom from obligations, leisure, release” from some activity or occupation, from Old French holiday, from Latin holidayn em Dominative vacation “leisure, a being free from duty,” noun of state from past participle stem of vacate “be empty, free, or at leisure” see vain . As the U.S. equivalent of what in Britain is called a holiday, it is attested from 1878. 2 Synonyms found for holidaying vacation late 14c., “freedom or release” from some activity or occupation, from O.Fr. vacation, from L. vacation em nom. vacatio “leisure, a being free from duty,” from vacate “be empty, free, or at leisure” see vain. As the U.S. equivalent of what in Britain is called a “holiday,” it is attested from 1878. Meaning “formal suspension of activity” in reference to schools, courts, etc. is recorded from mid-15c. Meaning “formal suspension of activity” in ref. to schools, courts, etc. is recorded from c.1456.

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After hitting the slopes with father Arnold Schwarzenegger in Idaho, the 23-year-old headed to warmer weather inLos Cabos, Mexico. The model, who is vacationingwith family members and girlfriend Abby Champion , spent the first days of 2017 hitting the beach. Donning turtle-print swim trunks, he also took to the water in a yellow kayak. Champion, a 19-year-old model who has been datingSchwarzenegger since early last year, rocked a white and pink striped one-piece bathing suit as she hung out in the sand. She also shared an adorable snap with her beau on Instagram on Tuesday. Best way to start 2017, she captioned the sweet shot of her sitting betweenSchwarzeneggers legs near the edge of the water.

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As.he U.S. equivalent of what in Britain is called a “holiday,” it is attested from 1878. King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - July 07, 2015 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - May 15, 2015 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - March 27, 2015 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - January 30, 2015 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - December 23, 2014 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - November 26, 2014 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - November 17, 2014 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - October 14, 2014 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - October 01, 2014 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - August 22, 2014 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - July 07, 2014 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - June 12, 2014 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - June 10, 2014 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - May 19, 2014 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - April 09, 2014 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - March 29, 2014 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - March 25, 2014 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - March 21, 2014 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - February 10, 2014 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - December 27, 2013 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - December 18, 2013 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - November 19, 2013 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - November 16, 2013 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - August 06, 2013 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - July 04, 2013 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - April 25, 2013 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - February 14, 2013 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - October 19, 2012 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - October 16, 2012 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - September 27, 2012 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - September 25, 2012 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - August 15, 2012 King Syndicate - Eugene Shaffer - June 02, 2012 Found an answer for the clue Vacationing that we don't have? late 14c., “freedom from obligations, leisure, release” from some activity or occupation, from Old French holiday, from Latin holidayn em Dominative vacation “leisure, a being free from duty,” noun of state from past participle stem of vacate “be empty, free, or at leisure” see vain . As the U.S. equivalent of what in Britain is called a holiday, it is attested from 1878. 2 Synonyms found for holidaying vacation late 14c., “freedom or release” from some activity or occupation, from O.Fr. vacation, from L. vacation em nom. vacatio “leisure, a being free from duty,” from vacate “be empty, free, or at leisure” see vain. Meaning “formal suspension of activity” in reference to schools, courts, etc. is recorded from mid-15c. Meaning “formal suspension of activity” in ref. to schools, courts, etc. is recorded from c.1456. Then please submit it to us so we can make the clue database even better! Meanings “state of being unoccupied; process of vacating” are early 15c.