Ye Olde Yuletide Vocabulary Exercise
Terms in this set (22)
a snowstorm with very strong winds
a stick of hard candy with a curve at one end, usually peppermint-flavored with red and white stripes.
a Christian religious song sung at Christmas
a smooth brown nut, some types of which can be eaten
an alcoholic drink made by mixing beer, wine, etc. with eggs and milk
a substance that is burnt to give a pleasant smell, especially during religious ceremonies
a circle of flowers and leaves that is worn on the head or around the neck or is hung in a room as decoration
a sweet cake or soft biscuit/cookie flavoured with gingera gingerbread man (= a gingerbread biscuit/cookie in the shape of a person)
a bush or small tree with hard shiny leaves with sharp points and bright red berries in winter, often used as a decoration at Christmas
a pointed piece of ice that is formed when water freezes as it falls down from something such as a roof
a long open box that horses and cows can eat from
a plant with small shiny white berries that grows on other trees and is often used as a decoration at Christmas
a type of glove that covers the four fingers together and the thumb separately
a picture or a model of the baby Jesus Christ and the place where he was born
an object that is used as decoration in a room, garden/yard, etc.
a tropical plant with large red or pink leaves that grow to look like flowers, often grown indoors in pots
a large deer with long antlers (= horns shaped like branches), that lives in cold northern regions
a person who is very unwilling to spend money, From Ebenezer Scrooge, a character in Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol who is extremely mean.
a vehicle that slides over snow), especially one pulled by horses
strips of shiny material like metal, used as decorations, especially at Christmas
an arrangement of flowers and/or leaves in the shape of a circle, traditionally hung on doors as a decoration at Christmas
(old use or literary) the period around Christmas Day
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