Idioms With Christmas and Meanings

List of idioms and sayings with the Christmas hand and the meanings. Idioms about Christmas and expressions

to kill someone; to destroy someone.
a Christmas day with snow on the ground
if people are like turkeys voting for Christmas, they choose to accept a situation which will have very bad results for them
Usage notes: Turkeys are large birds which are often eaten on Christmas Day.
Proverb: Since Christmas only happens once a year, we should treat it as a special time by being good to others or by indulging children.
feeling excited about Christmas and the days around it
nothing to do with eating leftovers from Christmas dinner but the sudden and complete withdrawal from an addictive substance
nothing to do with decorations but used to describe an intense military attack on enemy positions
to put ornaments on Christmas tree
the more people or things there are, the better a given situation will be
taken from a Christmas carol, this phrase serves as a reminder to put on a happy face over the festive period (‘Tis is an old method of contracting it and is, but is rarely used these days)
enjoy yourself with good food and drink
a small gift given at christmas time

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