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  • adj. of or pertaining to Easter
  • adj. reminiscent of Easter

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Examples

  • Of course, I played around with the recipe a tad to make it a little bit more "Eastery", including soaking the fruit (raisins only, though who knows down the road!) in amaretto liqueur for three hours and making almond-laced royal icing crosses on top of the baked rolls.

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  • Rifling through the Ashley Archive for something Eastery I came across this illustration from an ad. for ICI Terylene Fillings for duvets.

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  • Yep, that's the same bakery, and the same volcano design - but now there's no question that it's an Easter volcano covered with Eastery curly shoelaces and Easterish forest foliage.

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  • Love it...the colors are so Eastery is that a word?....

    "Bunny Love" Diorama Card

  • I sat him in the yellow tulips to make him look more Eastery.

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  • Chocolate, Eggs, Bunnies (a whole lot of Christianity) and general Eastery goodness.

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  • In fact, in honor of the holy holiday of Easter, dearest darlingist Eastery bunny, please please please fill my easter basket with lots of pretty little hookers and strippers!!!

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  • Several friends will surely give me she-ite for the color, the lovely springy Eastery egg, sugar pink, but I love it, and I'll wear it and they'll be envious of my beauty.

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  • I melted some semi-sweet chocolate chips in one bowl, melted some white chocolate in another bowl, and assembled a collection of Eastery sprinkles.

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  • 's The Hollow Chocolate Bunnies of the Apocalypse, in which the inhabitants of Toy Town are being bumped off, with the killer's calling card being one of the aforementioned Eastery treats.

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