My view: Chestnuts taste terrific but there's something about Christmas that makes people go nuts for them! They blend well with Brussels sprouts and give that all important Christmas taste at the dinner table.
A religious folk song or popular hymn, particularly one associated with Christmas.
An arrangement of flowers, leaves, or stems fastened in a ring and used for decoration or for lying on a grave.
My view: It doesn't snow every year, yet we think of snowman when Christmas is mentioned. They're just a very Christmassy thing as Christmas lies in winter and snow generally comes in winter (but obviously this depends on British weather). You can personalise snowmen however you want, with different hats, scarfs and coats.
Relating to a festival, especially Christmas.
My view: Noel is another name for Christmas and is normally on the front of your Christmas card. Noel comes from the French language, "Joyeux Noel" means "Merry Christmas". It makes you think of Christmas because the word literally means, well, Christmas and it's on the front of a lot of Christmas cards that we give each other.
A form of decoration consisting of thin strips of shiny metal foil attached to a long piece of thread.
My view: Tinsel is a big part of Christmas, everyone wraps it around their tree to make it look pretty and sparkly but why do we do it? We do it because it's a modern equivalent of the evergreens that were brought indoors to brighten up homes at Yuletide. Many of our Christmas traditions have pagan origins, and predate the birth of Jesus.
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