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Study the word list: Christmas Words

Vocabulary words for the Christmas season

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angel
She drew an angel on her Christmas card.
carols
The choir sang carols around the Christmas tree.
chestnuts
We will roast chestnuts on an open fire.
Christmas
Christmas is celebrated on the 25th of December.
eggnog
Would you like a cup of eggnog?
elves
The elves made toys for all the children.
feast
We shared a splendid feast.
holly
The holly berry is bright red.
ivy
We decorated using ivy.
merry
I hope you have a merry Christmas.
mistletoe
Mistletoe berries are white.
nutcracker
Do you know the story of the nutcracker?
ornaments
We decked the tree with ornaments.
reindeer
The sleigh was pulled by reindeer.
sleigh
The kids enjoyed the sleigh ride.
snow
My children love to sledge in the snow.
stocking
The stocking was bulging with presents.
tinsel
We draped the tree in tinsel.
wreath
A wreath is a circle of flowers or leaves, often hung on doors at Christmas.
Yule
Yule is an archaic term for Christmas.

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