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Christmas Eve

noun as in Christmas

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Example Sentences

Josh Bell and his dad were about to hit a Christmas Eve workout when Bell’s phone buzzed.

A man named Colonel Shoup was on duty Christmas Eve, Hillier says.

When Santa Claus takes off on Christmas Eve, he won’t be doing it in secret.

My cousin also wants to fly from North Carolina to New Jersey, spend Christmas Eve with our family and then visit with other family members.

From Time

Abercrombie & Fitch, for instance, has told shoppers on its web site that December 4 is the cut off to be sure items will arrive by Christmas Eve—unless they’re willing to pay extra shipping.

From Fortune

Both have different venues in cities across the country on Christmas Eve (and in some cases, Christmas night, too).

Throughout Christmas eve and day, the world is monitoring with bated breath.

Many will simply stay away from crowds and stay home this Christmas Eve, which could be a very silent night indeed.

So here, for your Christmas Eve pleasure, are 20 of my favorites, 10 from the ecclesiastical division and 10 secular.

Take, for example, the recently rebranded Popeyes Bahamas Bowl to be held on Christmas Eve.

And when cool silence came again, Hugh begged that the two would have their Christmas Eve dinner with him, at his hotel.

Another less noted partisan appeared before Castlemaine on Christmas Eve with thirty sword and target men.

Christmas Eve don't seem to prevent people from dyin' an' bein' turned out o' house an' home.

And besides there is going to be a very smart dance here Christmas Eve that I particularly wish to attend.

The neighbors flocked in on Christmas eve to see Mrs. Darcy's cabin.


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

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