- Yule (“Christmas”) + -tide (“period around a festival”) (Wiktionary)
“The traditions of xmas as we know it are based on the pagan celebration of winter called 'yule' - hence the word yuletide in some carol i can't remember.”
“In the Christian calendar, the period of preparation for the birth of Christ is called Advent, deriving from the Latin advenire ` to come toward. 'the word yuletide, as a synonym for the Christmas season, dates back to a heathen and then Christian period of feasting about the time of the winter solstice (December”
“Let's have it righ: if you want to talk about image then in comparison with many of his fellow professional he's a model professional: he doesn't sleep with prostitutes while his girlfriend is pregnant, he doesn't use the word faggot to describe homosexuals; he doesn't have affairs with team mates girlfriends; he doesn't organise christmas parties that can only be described as a yuletide brothel.”
“If you're curious to see what I asked for, just click on the "yuletide" tag and you'll see my letter come up.”
“Hitler eliminated Christian Holidays in the schools first by calling Christmas "yuletide"; most American Public schools now call Christmas a "winter break", and forbid the use of the word Christmas.”
“How does one obtain tickets to this yuletide bonanza?”
“This yuletide treat attracts up to 180,000 visitors annually.”
“The Hit Men--the new SuperGroup made up of the original performing and recording members of mega-star acts including Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons, Tommy James and the Shondells, The Critters, Carly Simon, Cat Stevens, Jim Croce and more--have debuted their yuletide track "A Four Seasons Christmas" exclusively here.”
“Perhaps he was on the high seas with a van full of undrinkable yuletide Muscadet two euros a bottle in Calais.”
“Crowning glory of lemon meringue pie and baked Alaska, it is also the basis for delicately flavored "kisses," and the decorative mushrooms atop yuletide Bûches de Noël.”
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