Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Easter eggs; eggs boiled hard and dyed or stained various colors, given to children about the time of Easter.

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Examples

  • They have not survived in Scotland, although Easter eggs are well known there (sometimes they are called "pace-eggs"), nor on the Continent, where "Pascal eggs" are an institution.

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