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Christmas Day

noun as in Christmas

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On Christmas Day, sometime after dark, a hideous fire overtook the venue: 100 firefighters, 33 fire trucks, a four-alarm blaze.

And in a big departure from established royal protocol, Prince George might even get a—gasp—present to open on Christmas Day.

The Daily Beast spoke with the lovely actress about the holiday movie, in theaters Christmas Day, and much more.

It inked a $90 million, 25-year exploration deal with Damascus last Christmas Day.

Once, during the war, he shelled out the cash to hire a band on Christmas Day.

I have told my people not to fire on Christmas Day if the enemy does not do so, but to trust him—not at all!

The clock uttered its premonitory catch; in five minutes Christmas-day would be among the days of the past—Christmas!

Not to attend divine service on Christmas-Day was regarded by Mr. Brandon as one of the cardinal sins.

The clock uttered its premonitory catch; in five minutes 58 Christmas Day would be among the days of the past—Christmas!

On Christmas Day, a magistrate and councillor are elected for the ensuing year; men and women over sixteen being allowed to vote.

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On this page you'll find 9 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to Christmas Day, such as: christmastide, noel, xmas, yule, yuletide, and christmas eve.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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