hols


hols

hols [holz] ExamplesWord Origin plural noun

  1. Sometimes hol. British Informal. holiday(def 5).

Origin of hols by shortening Examples from the Web for hols Historical Examples of hols

  • I went to see a play in the hols, and I thought I’d like to write one, too.

    Changing Winds

    St. John G. Ervine

  • She had Father out of bed the day after he got influenza last Easter hols.

    Priscilla’s Spies

    George A. Birmingham

  • They all treat me as if I was a schoolboy home for the hols.

    The Title

    Arnold Bennett

  • You mean that a schoolboy home for the hols isn’t necessarily something escaped out of the Zoo.

    The Title

    Arnold Bennett

  • I collared a lot of flannel out of a box in Aunt Juliet’s room last ‘hols’ and gave it to her for the baby.

    Priscilla’s Spies

    George A. Birmingham

  • British Dictionary definitions for hols hols pl n

    1. British school slang holidays

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