Definition of Admission day
1. Noun. In some states of the United States: a legal holiday commemorating the day the state was admitted to the Union.
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Literary usage of Admission day
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1. The Indiana Centennial, 1916: A Record of the Celebration of the One by Indiana Historical Commission (1919)
"It is therefore requested that appropriate admission day exercises be held throughout Indiana. These need not be elaborate at all, especially in those ..."
2. Notes of a Voyage to California Via Cape Horn: Together with Scenes in El by Samuel Curtis Upham (1878)
"CELEBRATION OF "admission day" AT LONG BRANCH, NJ Programme of exercises—Pioneers ... admission day ..."
3. Gleanings in the West of Ireland by Lord Sidney Godolphin Osborne (1850)
"It was " the admission day;" within the gates, and on the open ground in front of the doors, were collected in crowds, representatives of every species of ..."
4. A History of the State of Nevada: Its Resources and People by Thomas Wren, Lewis Publishing Company (1904)
"admission day is also celebrated by the schools, and the children are well drilled in patriotic exercises, flag-raising and kindred exercises. ..."
5. The London Medical Gazette (1840)
"He has to attend the admission of patients, both un the usual admission day and in casualties, to visit the wards morning and nicht, and to have the charge ..."