In English practice. Certain days in the terms, which are solemnlykept in the inns of court and chancery, viz., Candlemas day in Hilary term, Ascensionday in Easter, St. John the Baptist’s day in Trinity, and All Saints in Michaelmas ; whichare dies non juridici. Termes de la Ley; Cowell; Blount. They are days set apart forpeculiar festivity; the members of the respective inns being on such occasions regaledat their dinner in the hall, with more than usual sumptuousness. Holthouse.
Link to This DefinitionDid you find this definition of GRAND DAYS helpful? You can share it by copying the code below and adding it to your blog or web page.
Written and fact checked by The Law Dictionary