A weekday on a church calendar on which no feast is observed.(noun)
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Use "feria" in a sentence
"Today the term feria is used to denote the days of the week with the exception of Sunday and Saturday."
"This past Wednesday at the Healing Mass at St. Alban's, there was no saint commemorated on the kalendar for that day what we call a feria, so we had a votive Mass for the Sick."
"The feria is a regional celebration, usually of a particular town or village."