Definitions

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  • noun The time during which Easter takes place; the Easter season.

Etymologies

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Easter time

Examples

  • One year, some weird results came from Belgium at Eastertime, and “we all kind of panicked.”

    In the Plex

  • One year, some weird results came from Belgium at Eastertime, and “we all kind of panicked.”

    In the Plex

  • At one time, protestant England tried to ban hot cross buns because they were too much like Catholic communion wafers and considered a threat to the church; however, the buns were just too good to be excommunicated entirely, and instead the church of England relegated their consumption to Eastertime (and Chrsitmastime) only.

    Hot Cross Buns

  • At one time, protestant England tried to ban hot cross buns because they were too much like Catholic communion wafers and considered a threat to the church; however, the buns were just too good to be excommunicated entirely, and instead the church of England relegated their consumption to Eastertime (and Chrsitmastime) only.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • This was one somber, manly male who never showed any hurt, rejoiced not at Eastertime, nor did it celebrate the coming and going of evanescent life all around.

    A beautiful excerpt from Sunflower

  • The pasqueflower (Anemone pulsatilla) was so named because it blossoms around Eastertime/Passover.

    Rich Wolf: Where Do All the Flowers Grow?

  • The pasqueflower (Anemone pulsatilla) was so named because it blossoms around Eastertime/Passover.

    Rich Wolf: Where Do All the Flowers Grow?

  • This was one somber, manly male who never showed any hurt, rejoiced not at Eastertime, nor did it celebrate the coming and going of evanescent life all around.

    A Different Stripe:

  • Example: you had to perform your Easter Duty—receiving communion at Eastertime—once between Ash Wednesday and Pentecost Sunday.

    Last Words

  • Would have been nice, I think, with all bias admitted, that the UUworld.org might have had something from a UU Christian in the publication about and around Eastertime.

    Philocrites: This week at uuworld.org.

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