Christmas Eve ExamplesWord Origin noun
- the evening or the day preceding Christmas.
Origin of Christmas Eve Middle English word dating back to 1350–1400 Related Words for christmas eve, , , , Examples from the Web for christmas eve Historical Examples of christmas eve
It was Christmas-eve, and I had decorated the ambulance with festoons of green leaves.
But, when Christmas-eve arrived without my coming, she did not seem disappointed.
John Conroy Hutcheson
Christmas was approaching, and the next day, Christmas-eve, the tree was to be lighted.
Howbeit, it was his duty to pass Christmas-eve with his venerable mother.
On Christmas-eve, 1776, he crossed the Delaware with 2400 men.
British Dictionary definitions for christmas eve Christmas Eve noun
- the evening or the whole day before Christmas Day