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Synonyms for Christmas

festive season


Synonyms for Christmas

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in both Love and Bridget Diary That makes both films arguably more Christmassy than Home Alone, where the word is said just 13 times.
4 Hugh Grant in both Love and Bridget Diary both more That makes films arguably Christmassy than Home Alone, where the word is said just 13 times.
Visitors of all ages will enjoy the chance to raise the roof of the museum's 18th-Century Pen-Rhiw Chapel, with a Christmassy sing-song to remember at the St Fagans Songsheet event.
We are asking Examiner readers to make their dog, cat, hamster, rabbit, budgie or even their goldfish look as Christmassy as possible, take a photo and then share them with us.
Maya Al Bakry, 10, from Sr, said: "The Yule log is huge and very Christmassy.
On a snowy Christmas Eve, the king was strolling through the market when he spied a roll of bright red, soft, Christmassy cloth.
Plans are already well under way among our team to bring that Christmassy magic to each of the designer outlets to help shoppers get into the festive spirit - we can't wait to reveal the finished results to the British public.
They were obviously looking forward to spending some Christmassy time together in the sun.
Mind you, I feel this way even though I'm in the middle of the usual Indian experience of acquiring a new gas connection - which is to say, I'm angry and frustrated and contemplating emigrating to Angola - so you can see exactly how strong my Christmassy feeling is.
I know it causes traffic chaos, but gazing at that fluffy white stuff makes me feel so darned Christmassy.
I DON'T know about you, but I am feeling very Christmassy indeed.
The hotel, in the Mall of the Emirates, is hosting its annual 'Afternoon Tea with Santa' event in its Christmassy Aspen lobby.
Rich and moisturising and made with honey, it wafts a lovely Christmassy scent.
Young visitors to this cute, cozy, and Christmassy spot can look forward to Santa's personalized stories and answers to questions like "How does Santa get up and down my chimney?
Why, oh why, you ask (should you be melodramatic, or optimistic, enough to ask questions of poor, dumb printed pages), in the blithe, spring-like month of April, am I writing about The Nutcracker, that most wintry and Christmassy of balletic occasions?