Christmastides love

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  • noun Plural form of Christmastide.

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Examples

  • Like James in the old days, Soames found time to go there nearly every Sunday, and sit in the little drawing-room into which, with his undoubted taste, he had introduced a good deal of change and china not quite up to his own fastidious mark, and at least two rather doubtful Barbizon pictures, at Christmastides.

    In Chancery

  • Soames found time to go there nearly every Sunday, and sit in the little drawing-room into which, with his undoubted taste, he had introduced a good deal of change and china not quite up to his own fastidious mark, and at least two rather doubtful Barbizon pictures, at Christmastides.

    The Forsyte Saga, Volume II. Indian Summer of a Forsyte In Chancery

  • Soames found time to go there nearly every Sunday, and sit in the little drawing-room into which, with his undoubted taste, he had introduced a good deal of change and china not quite up to his own fastidious mark, and at least two rather doubtful Barbizon pictures, at Christmastides.

    The Forsyte Saga - Complete

  • He saw visions of future Christmastides, when he should be a prosperous silversmith and live in one of the houses in the College

    Bristol Bells A Story of the Eighteenth Century

  • The last three Christmastides had been spent at Northmoor, where it had been needful to conform to the habits of the household, which impressed

    That Stick

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