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white Christmas Syllabification: white Christ·mas
Pronunciation: /(h)wīt ˈkrisməs/

Definition of white Christmas in English:

noun

A Christmas during which there is snow on the ground.
Example sentences
  • While many people may have wished for a white Christmas, with pretty snow blanketing the countryside, it was not to be this year.
  • Banks of fake snow were created to give the impression of a white Christmas for its advert ‘Christmas Card’ which will be premiered in Cork today.
  • With Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales also expecting snow, Ladbrokes are estimating a white Christmas could cost the industry £1 million.

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