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Topic: CHRONOLOGY

Date: 1700-1800
Origin: All Hallow Even 'All Saints' Eve'; HALLOWED

Halloween

noun
     
Hal‧low‧een , Hallowe'en [uncountable]
TMC the night of October 31st, which is now celebrated by children, who dress in costumes and go from house to house asking for sweets, especially in the US and Canada. In the past, people believed the souls of dead people appeared on Halloween.
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