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Christmastide

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  • as inXmas
  • as inChristmas

synonyms for Christmastide

  • Christmastime
  • Noel
  • Yule
  • Yuletide
  • nativity
  • festive season
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How to use Christmastide in a sentence

It was also to such men that the revelry of Christmastide, Maytime, and the like were most precious.
THE INFLUENCE AND DEVELOPMENT OF ENGLISH GILDSFRANCIS AIDEN HIBBERT
A popular subject with the writers of burlesque for Christmastide has been the time-honoured one of Cinderella.
A BOOK OF BURLESQUEWILLAM DAVENPORT ADAMS
And at Christmastide Evelyn decked the great hall with holly and green boughs, and huge fires blazed on every hearth.
WANDERING GHOSTSF. MARION CRAWFORD
The good ship foundered two years ago last Christmastide, and father was foundered at the same time.
NYE AND RILEY'S WIT AND HUMOR (POEMS AND YARNS)BILL NYE
The Poem seems to halt here, and begin afresh with a description of Christmastide.
A KEY TO LORD TENNYSON'S 'IN MEMORIAM'ALFRED GATTY
The king was evidently a moderate, plain-living man; the only festivities that he seemed to care for being those at Christmastide.
NINETEEN CENTURIES OF DRINK IN ENGLANDRICHARD VALPY FRENCH
Peter spent Christmastide with his mother, who worried not a little over his loss of flesh.
THE HONORABLE PETER STIRLING AND WHAT PEOPLE THOUGHT OF HIMPAUL LEICESTER FORD
First came Christmastide, with all Master Shakespeare's fellow burgesses to dine and the house agog with preparation.
A WARWICKSHIRE LADGEORGE MADDEN MARTIN
When Christmastide came round again, too, there were no more of the happy days that had occurred on its previous anniversary.
SHE AND I, VOLUME 2JOHN CONROY HUTCHESON
At Christmastide, in 1789, a house-party entertained by William Cooper celebrated the season with high revelry.
THE STORY OF COOPERSTOWNRALPH BIRDSALL
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WORDS RELATED TO CHRISTMASTIDE

  • Christmas Day
  • Christmas Eve
  • Christmas night
  • Christmastide
  • Noel
  • Xmas
  • Yule
  • Yuletide
  • the Nativity
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