from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The season of Christmas.
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- n. The Christmas season; yuletide
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. period extending from Dec. 24 to Jan. 6
I really like the YouTube video from a guy who calls himself "alabamaharpist" (aka Steven Todd Miller) above, doing a cover of "Christmastime is Here," my favorite Guaraldi/Charlie Brown Christmas song.
Why spoil the "holiday season"-that festive, too brief interval that Bill O'Reilly and I call Christmastime-by repeating the same complaints I harp on the rest of the year?
Bob Schneider, who's released his latest album 'Lovely Creatures' this fall, surprised fans with a new holiday album called 'Christmastime' available now for digital download thru his website.
This is the only track we're allowed to post, but my favorite is "Christmastime," a song written by Michael Penn and Jon Brion, and originally recorded by Mann and Penn back in 1996 for the ridiculous compilation Just Say Noel.
Parishioners and visitors could not get to Masses through snow and ice at Christmastime, meaning collection plates lacked important December donations.
As we head into the grand consumption festival you call "Christmastime," I want to go out on a limb and break the tree-to-human silence.
In a beautiful Christmastime wedding, our family increased — not by one but by three.
I think that two weeks is more common at Christmastime.
Eureka's Christmastime episode is not merely a stand-alone, it's animated.
The movie Love Actually, directed and written by Richard Curtis of Four Weddings a a Funeral fame, took some of the biggest names in British TV and cinema (Emma Thompson, Colin Firth, Alan Rickman, Liam Neeson, and Hugh Grant to name a few) and threw them into interweaving stories on love at Christmastime.
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