- n. Plural form of Santa.
“Since September 8, Tesco has been selling two Lindt milk chocolate Santas for £2 and two of its own-label Santas for £1.”
“These other "Santas" operate on a shoestring and need money to do their kind deeds.”
“Moore provided us with the details such as Santas deep belly laughs, the names of his reindeer, and also how Santa goes up and down the chimney.”
“Is it a coincidence that all of the "Santas" except #1 look alarmed and/or traumatized?”
“I mean, they were a very unusual sight -- two "Santas" racing down a snow-covered, tree-lined backroad.”
“Christianity may be on the rise in China, but few Chinese are fully aware of the secular and commercial traditions of the winter holiday, such as Santas, presents and a red-nosed reindeer.”
“Five of the Great "Santas" on the Big and Small Screen”
“Our network of fully trained, duly deputized mall "Santas" file reports from the field, telling us which children are well-behaved, which are elf-phobic, which are prone to sphincter control issues, and which are squirmy beard-pulling monstrous little brats.”
“Digital copies of photos taken with these "Santas" are automatically sent to our database for further evaluation, with particular attention given to the ones where the children are crying.”
“Then, Social Media ran another set of ads, showing them what kind of Santas their friends told Macy's they were.”
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