Use Christmas in a sentence. How to use the word Christmas in a sentence? Sentence examples with the word Christmas.
Definition of Christmas
the annual Christian festival celebrating Christ’s birth, held on December 25 in the Western Church.
Examples of Christmas in a sentence
***The Christmas tree is a tradition associated with the celebration of Christmas.
***A Christmas decoration is any kind of decoration used for the holiday of Christmas.
***Christmas pudding or Plum pudding is a steamed dessert that originated in the 1420s and is served on Christmas Day.
***The Twelve Days of Christmas are the festive days which begin on Christmas Day.
***A Christmas cracker is a tube of brightly coloured paper.
***A Christmas stocking is a long sock hung by a fireplace or bed on Christmas Eve. Christmas presents are put into it for children.
***A Christmas cake is a heavy cake containing much dried fruit and usually having a covering of icing. It is made to be eaten at Christmas.
***A Christmas tree is a tree decorated for Christmas.
***I wish you a Merry Christmas.
***According to a custom during Christmas, any two people who meet under a hanging of mistletoe are urged to kiss.
***The candy cane is a traditional candy of the Christmas holiday in the United States, but you can find them during the rest of the year.
***In cold countries, when fruit was scarce, an orange was often given at Christmas.
***It tells the story of a little girl who goes to the Land of Sweets on Christmas Eve.
***He was always proud of having been born on Christmas Day.
*** It was written to be sung for Thanksgiving. It is also sung at Christmas.
*** Last festival is Christmas Festival, which is held from November to December.
*** At Christmas 2009 the volcano started to show signs of being active again.
*** Christmas is traditionally celebrated on the eve, December 24.
*** Chaplin died on Christmas 1977, in Switzerland.
*** Some American homes are treeless during Christmas as these families celebrate other holidays.
*** Pointsettias are commonly called Christmas flowers.
*** Kevin is mistakenly left home alone when his family goes on a vacation to France, during Christmas.
*** She had a daughter on the Christmas Day of 1871.
*** He visits his family and relatives only at Christmas or for a funeral, but only when someone in his family dies.
*** So many people celebrate Christmas, but only a few people obey Christ’s teachings.
*** The Russian Orthodox Church uses the liturgy of Saint John Chrysostom in Old Church Slavonic, except on special feasts such as Christmas (January 6) when the liturgy of Saint Basil is used.
*** Christmas approached.
*** Tomorrow is Christmas.
*** Why wait for Christmas?
*** Christmas is rapidly approaching.
*** I never liked Christmas.
*** It’s his Christmas present.
*** Everyone got something for Christmas.
*** Who doesn’t like Christmas?
*** Schools are closed for Christmas.
*** Many non-Christians celebrate Christmas.
*** We drank champagne last Christmas.
*** Donald has never celebrated Christmas.
*** It’s Christmas Eve tomorrow.
*** Are you ready for Christmas?
*** Donald wrote his Christmas list.
*** Christmas is a joyful time.
*** It was like Christmas morning.
*** Merry Christmas to you, too.
*** Donald sent us Christmas presents.
*** Donald sent us Christmas gifts.
*** I bought Christmas presents today.
*** Christmas fell on Saturday that year.
*** Christmas is just two weeks away.
*** Let’s decorate the Christmas tree.
*** What do you want for Christmas?
*** Christmas comes but once a year.
*** Thank you for the Christmas gift.
*** Our family doesn’t celebrate Christmas.
*** The children received oranges for Christmas.
*** My best wishes for Christmas and a Happy New Year.