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Field Day

The phrase 'Field Day' is used to describe a circumstance in which excitement and fun prevails.

Example of Use: “The boys had quite a field day at the water park.”

Interesting fact about Field Day

The origin of the term 'field day' comes from the military and refers to maneuvers that took place in a field, but by the 1800s, the phrase was used to refer to any event that happened in a field, ranging from a hunt to a dance to a picnic to a scientific expedition.