Yuletide

[ UK /jˈuːlɪtˌa‍ɪd/ ]
[ US /ˈjuɫˌtaɪd/ ]
NOUN
  1. period extending from Dec. 24 to Jan. 6
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How To Use Yuletide In A Sentence

  • Yuletide in Walford is traditionally a combat zone with crackers, but the soap excelled itself this year.
  • Across the kingdom the princes and princesses of pantomime are taking their bows and cracking one-liners in Christmas productions packed with Yuletide yarns and knockabout comic capers.
  • The tree is typically Carioca in its brashness and audacity, but despite the city's fondness for it, Rio is not famed for its yuletide.
  • They arrived, locust-like, every Yuletide laden with unsuitable gifts. A SONG AT TWILIGHT
  • Singing cowpokes even penned some of our favorite tunes, from yuletide classics to country standards.
  • Yuletide "wassail", can be derived from his having "powlert up and down" in a county abounding with comfortable manor houses and cosy inns. Dickens-Land
  • With daffodils, those welcome harbingers of Spring, surging through the top soil in local gardens, roses, daisies, furze, etc. in full bloom as the seasons truly merge, the Yuletide spirit was late arriving this year.
  • The punctuation crusader turns her wrath to those often hilarious, sometimes tragic, yuletide greetings.
  • Mary Alice: The best christmas ever-- that's what the residents of wisteria lane were dreaming of as they prepared for their annual yuletide festival.
  • Long after everyone has consigned their tinsel and baubles to the loft for another year, it seems Rochdale Council is still in the Yuletide mood.
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