Christmas card


Christmas card

Christmas card ExamplesWord Origin noun

  1. a printed and often decorated card for mailing at Christmas to express good wishes.

Origin of Christmas card First recorded in 1880–85 Examples from the Web for christmas card Historical Examples of christmas card

  • And is there a girl who would not enjoy an afternoon in the Christmas-card factory?

    The Pansy Magazine, April 1886

    Various

  • I think she is just flitter and frosting—just a Christmas-card.

    The Ship Dwellers

    Albert Bigelow Paine

  • And, Margaret, you ought to be able to turn out some Christmas-card verses.

    The Girls of St. Cyprian’s

    Angela Brazil

  • In the houses lights began to pink the dark with the trite but irresistible appeal of Christmas-card transparencies.

    What Will People Say?

    Rupert Hughes

  • The last letter in my collection seems written almost within measurable distance of the Christmas-card era.

    Essays on Life, Art and Science

    Samuel Butler

  • British Dictionary definitions for christmas card Christmas card noun

    1. a greeting card sent at Christmas

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