verb (used without object)
Origin of vacation
Related formsva·ca·tion·er, va·ca·tion·ist, nounva·ca·tion·less, adjectivemin·i·va·ca·tion, nounpre·va·ca·tion, noun, adjective
Can be confusedvacation vocation
Examples from the Web for vacationing
The announcement will add to rising alarm about the safety of Westerners working and vacationing in Egypt.ISIS Wannabes Claim They Killed an American in Egypt|Jamie Dettmer|December 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I suspect very few—unless you were vacationing in Hawaii or returning home to Searchlight, Nevada.The ‘Defining Issue of Our Time’ Is Obama’s Constitutional Excesses|Ron Christie|January 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He was arrested not long afterwards for drunk driving while vacationing in Florida.
Luckily for us, so far the bond market seems to be vacationing there as well.
The Labor Department figures are a gift for the vacationing Romney, who wants to talk about one issue and one issue only.
Harrison was vacationing and he viewed the emergency contact from Intersolar Spaceport with annoyance.The Sword|Frank Quattrocchi
Amy said that Jessie kept them so hard at work that it did not seem at all as though they were vacationing.The Campfire Girls on Station Island|Margaret Penrose
And their homes were admirably located for vacationing, too.The Radio Boys with the Revenue Guards|Gerald Breckenridge
While my pals were vacationing I was ranching, and ranching under Old Nick is no vacation.The Trail of Conflict|Emilie Baker Loring
That they had come to her meetings in large numbers while vacationing in Saratoga Springs, this was important.Susan B. Anthony|Alma Lutz