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  • proper noun Plural form of Christmas.

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Examples

  • So tell me ... what traditions have you experienced in Christmases past that didn't exactly go as planned?

    December 2007

  • So tell me ... what traditions have you experienced in Christmases past that didn't exactly go as planned?

    when in doubt, throw hard candy

  • While the class of 2009 appeared promising, offering up competing canine projects (A Dog Named Christmas and The Dog Who Saved Christmas airtonight!), on the whole, this year’s movies didn’t seem to be filled with quite as much goof-n-gouda as in Christmases past (not one villain slipping on ice?

    The 2nd Annual Yulies: An absurd celebration of the holiday TV-movie genre | EW.com

  • I love that I celebrated Christmas with a Bangladeshi Muslim, at her swimming pool — not like I’m used to White Christmases is Louisiana anyway!

    Archive 2007-12-01

  • The first sign of trouble comes as early as the first of her 365 Christmases, which is also the "real" Christmas that year:

    Eternal Christmas?

  • Vince Vaughn and Reese Witherspoon star in the just-released trailer for Four Christmases, which is like every shitty romantic comedy ever made meets every shitty Christmas movie ever made.

    VINCE VAUGHN IN MOVIE YOU’VE ALREADY SEEN

  • These cute little tree clips I found on a store called Christmases Past.

    Cupcake Ornaments!

  • These cute little tree clips I found on a store called Christmases Past.

    Archive 2008-12-01

  • I recall Christmases and Easters when the line of eager, restless babka-eaters stretched out the door and down the street.

    Christian Science Monitor | All Stories

  • Our Christmases are a smorgasbord of immigrant traditions

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

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