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Exclamation
/ˈkrisməs/,
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Christmases, plural;
  1. Expressing surprise, dismay, or despair

Noun
  1. The annual Christian festival celebrating Christ's birth, held on December 25 in the Western Church

  2. The period immediately before and after December 25
    • - we had guests over Christmas

  1. period extending from Dec. 24 to Jan. 6
  2. a Christian holiday celebrating the birth of Christ; a quarter day in England, Wales, and Ireland
  3. "Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)" is a song by Darlene Love from the 1963 Christmas compilation album, A Christmas Gift for You from Phil Spector. ...
  4. Christmas is country music singer Clay Walker's seventh album. It was released September 10, 2002, on Warner Bros. Records. It features Walker's renditions of various Christmas songs. "Blue Christmas" and "Feliz Navidad" both charted on the Hot Country Songs charts from Christmas airplay.
  5. Christmas was the name of the 1991 holiday themed album of American singer-songwriter Don McLean. The album was released on the Curb Records label.
  6. Christmas is an album of Christian carols recorded by Don Moen. The Contemporary Christian album was released by Integrity/Hosanna! Music/Sparrow/Star Song/Columbia/Sony in 1990. It is currently out of print in the USA.
  7. Christmas is a census-designated place and an unincorporated area in Orange County, Florida, United States. It is part of the Orlando-Kissimmee Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 1,162 at the 2000 census. ...
  8. Christmas is a two-track EP released by Jimmy Eat World in 2004. It was released exclusively via iTunes.
  9. Christmas Day, the day it is celebrated, 25 December, an English quarter day; Christmastide, the Twelve Days of Christmas, the season (traditionally from the 24th of December to the 6th of January) around the holiday; The period from the Friday following Thanksgiving to Christmas Eve, busy with ...
  10. (christma) Markism, result of too much holiday cheer
  11. This is held on DEC-25, the nominal date of the birth of Yeshua of Nazareth, after whose life the Christian religion is patterned. The western church uses the Gregorian calendar and the eastern church uses the Julian calendar. So Christmas is celebrated on two different days.
  12. The Feast of the Nativity of Our Lord Jesus Christ celebrated on December 25th. The Christmas season extends through January 6, the Feast of the Epiphany.
  13. This is the Christian celebration of Jesus' birth to Mary. By the end of the fourth century, most churches celebrated this holiday on December 25th, but the date is not fixed according to any scriptural information.
  14. the days from Christmas through Epiphany (January 6) inclusive, celebrating Christ's birth and His manifestation to the Gentiles.
  15. Where four, six, or eight dancers come together with crossed hands joined behind their backs to swing. ...
  16. Christmas Day and its festival are a curious blend of Christian, Jewish, Roman, Western pagan, and perhaps other institutions. It arose as a Christian festival as part of the adaptation of the early Christian Church to the world in which it grew up. ...
  17. A non-Jewish holiday celebrated by Catholics and Protestants; the day Jews eat Chinese food and attend the Matzah Ball.
  18. The setting for several of Alan Ayckbourn's plays; the playwright noting that it is an ideal period as it offers a reason why many people who don't get on with one another gather in the same place at the same time. ...
  19. Chronically an untidy person, in December Chris was always called "Christmas".
  20. Proclaims the advent of Messianic salvation. It is Incarnation - Word becoming flesh, full of grace and truth and dwelling among us.
  21. The annual commemoration of the nativity of Jesus is held on 25 December. A midnight Mass ushers in this joyous celebration in many Roman Catholic churches. The custom of distributing gifts to children on Christmas Eve derives from a Dutch custom originally observed on the evening before St. ...
  22. Yearly commemoration of the Birth of Christ
  23. Christmas cards, envelopes, calendars & more.
  24. n. A yearly holiday celebrating the coming of the chief Deity of Western civilization: Mammon.
  25. Every year the Society publishes at least one issue of The Watchtower or Awake! in December that has a cover feature that {flames} Christmas, dubbed by some the ``annual Christmas edition''. ...