field daynoun [ C ]uk /ˈfiːld ˌdeɪ/ us /ˈfiːld ˌdeɪ/ US
Thesaurus: synonyms and related words
Examples from literature
- And by now the School had begun to suspect that the field days were conducted mainly to satisfy Rogers's inordinate conceit.
- But my running, on which I prided myself most—I entered for the two-mile, one field day, and won only third place.
- Having gained intelligence of an approaching field day, we prepared a strong solution of gum, with which we varnished the bottom of a leather chair upon which he sat in the school.