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Ladies' Day

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noun (often lowercase)
a special day set aside, either occasionally or regularly, on which women are encouraged to attend or participate in a certain activity at a reduced fee or at no cost: Friday was Ladies' Day at the ball park.
a special day on which women are invited or allowed to attend a club meeting or other activity usually restricted to males.
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Origin of Ladies' Day

An Americanism dating back to 1780–90
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