day of rest

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Synonyms for day of rest

a day set aside for rest

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Regardless, I think Sundays should be a day of rest personally (whether you're a Christian or not).
We listened to the players and understood we needed to accommodate their request for an extra day of rest between the semifinals and final.
Defending women's champion Serena Williams added: "Both the prize money increase and the addition of a day of rest are great for the players.
Day of rest it certainly wasn't for my mother, who did more cooking on Sunday than all the other days combined, and had child management issues (me) to deal with on top.
Interviewed by the Atlantic Catholic on the issue, Archbishop Terrence Prendergast of Halifax stated, "It's sad to see the values espoused by many in our province--a common day of rest, time for family .
That's why God invented the Sabbath, the day of rest, intended as an echo of the divine balance of work and cessation.
A win tonight will see Sweden head Group B and would mean an extra day of rest before having to face either Germany or Ecuador.
Jesus "abides"--lives in us, feeds us, gives us what we need to "fight on" until the day of rest, the day of victory, the Day of Yahweh.
You may be in a butoh piece or a highly physical role, but no matter what you're dancing, you need downtime and at least one full day of rest per week to let the tissues recover and de-stress.
Although the ankle is 100 times better now and he can put weight on it, the physio just thought another day of rest would be a good idea.
She eloquently discusses the need for rejuvenation by using the example of Sundays as a day of rest.
Take a day of rest at this stage; it can save you from extended time off later.
People in Wales no longer use Sunday as a day of rest, a survey out today has revealed.
Although never for all a day of rest, much less of worship, early nineteenth century Protestants tried to impose the Puritan Sabbath in reaction to an increasingly culturally diverse country and in an economy whose competitive pressures and new technologies threatened a universal weekly day of rest.