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December Word of the Day Crossword

December Word of the Day Crossword

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2.Reindeers and dancers may be said to do this.1.Something to do to a present before you give it.
4.Synonym for "glad" or "delighted."3.Repeated command in the hymn "O Come, O Come, Emmanuel."
5.Candelabra used during Hanukkah.5."¡Feliz Navidad!" in English translates to "(_) Christmas!"
8.Decoration commonly put on a bannister or tree.6.You won't get gifts from Santa if you're (_).
10.Santa is often described as (_) and plump.7.A windy winter day may be described as this.
12.e.g. a tree, a star, a candy cane, an angel.9.Charities count on people to do this with money, time, or goods.
16.This year it falls on December twenty-first.11.Store windows often do this with trees and gifts.
17.What you do to a Christmas tree to make it festive.13.Pines and spruces are this type of tree.
21.What people often do when they see a shooting star.14.Common Christmas plant.
22.A mirror does it, as do people thinking about their resolutions for the coming year.15.What you do with presents you received on Christmas Eve or Christmas Day.
23.Jewish festival of lights.18.Day commemorating the birth of Jesus.
24.Synonym for "brisk" or "cool."19.What you do with gifts at a white elephant party.
26.The last night of the current year.20.Term of French origin for "Nativity scene."
29.Synonym for "merry" or "cheery."25.Word used to describe the sheen or sparkle of snow or gold.
30.In other words, "lucky."27.Evergreen tree commonly associated with Christmas.
28.Term of Yiddish origin for "money."
2.Reindeers and dancers may be said to do this.
4.Synonym for "glad" or "delighted."
5.Candelabra used during Hanukkah.
8.Decoration commonly put on a bannister or tree.
10.Santa is often described as (_) and plump.
12.e.g. a tree, a star, a candy cane, an angel.
16.This year it falls on December twenty-first.
17.What you do to a Christmas tree to make it festive.
21.What people often do when they see a shooting star.
22.A mirror does it, as do people thinking about their resolutions for the coming year.
23.Jewish festival of lights.
24.Synonym for "brisk" or "cool."
26.The last night of the current year.
29.Synonym for "merry" or "cheery."
30.In other words, "lucky."
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5."¡Feliz Navidad!" in English translates to "(_) Christmas!"
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Term of Yiddish origin for "money."
2.Something to do to a present before you give it.
4.Repeated command in the hymn "O Come, O Come, Emmanuel."
8.You won't get gifts from Santa if you're (_).
10.A windy winter day may be described as this.
12.Charities count on people to do this with money, time, or goods.
16.Store windows often do this with trees and gifts.
17.Pines and spruces are this type of tree.
21.Common Christmas plant.
22.What you do with presents you received on Christmas Eve or Christmas Day.
23.Day commemorating the birth of Jesus.
24.What you do with gifts at a white elephant party.
26.Term of French origin for "Nativity scene."
29.Word used to describe the sheen or sparkle of snow or gold.
30.Evergreen tree commonly associated with Christmas.

The Crossword

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The Word Bank

pinejoyful
decorategelt
festivewish
garlandjolly
naughtysolstice
wrapmerry
ornamentprance
evergreenpoinsettia
exchangeChristmas
menorahunwrap
blusteryfortunate
Hanukkahluster
displayreflect
chillydonate
crècheNew Year's Eve
rejoice

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