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 n.— «According to Allstate, many consumers are opting instead for the phenomenon of the “naycation”—a step beyond the idea of staying local for vacations and choosing to simply stay home all together.» —“Summer ‘09 is ‘Naycation’ Season in Texas” in Irving, Texas PR Newswire May 22, 2009. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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