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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Chronology
YuletideYule‧tide /ˈjuːltaɪd/ noun [countable, uncountable]  literaryTMC Christmas Yuletide festivities
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YuletideCars are stunned by a Yuletide smother-love.The famous pharmacy reports a Yuletide boom for the elixir.It's the elderly Morkan sisters' annual Yuletide fete, where three generations gather each year to make merry.The Druids used mistletoe at Yuletide, which was their winter festival.Santerre sent for servants and, at his direction, they dragged out a huge log drying in the stables for Yuletide.Lastly, a ping-pong ball fitted over each light bulb managed to disguise their Yuletide origins.For one thing, it was hot and sunny and not at all the weather she had associated all her life with Yuletide.
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