Entry from British & World English dictionary
(In general use) the Saturday preceding Easter Day. In formal church use called Holy Saturday or Easter Eve.
- On Easter Saturday, we were taken on our journey to Rousse.
- A big thank you also to the visitors and customers to the store Easter Saturday who filled our boxes to the tune of £427, a sum that completely overwhelmed us with its generosity.
- On Easter Saturday, he unpacked a large, promising-looking red cardboard box under the expectant eyes of his nephews.
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