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Easter Sunday

noun
1.
Easter (def 2).
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  • Kynton preached the University sermon on Easter Sunday in 1515.

    The Grey Friars in Oxford Andrew G. Little
  • I thought of you all on Easter Sunday, and wondered what sort of music you were having.

  • On Easter Sunday we were invited to some sports by the divisional cavalry.

  • It was on Easter Sunday in 1908 when word came to the hospital that a boy was very ill in a little village sixty miles away.

    Heroes of To-Day Mary R. Parkman
  • We spent Easter Sunday there, and it was so hot that attendance in the Cathedral was a distinct effort.

    Fifty-One Years of Victorian Life

    Margaret Elizabeth Leigh Child-Villiers, Countess of Jersey
  • It always felt glad of its hard work when Hester came to gather some of its flowers just before Easter Sunday.

    Polly Oliver's Problem

    Kate Douglas Smith Wiggin
  • The attendance at the churches on Easter Sunday was even larger than usual.

  • Then she began to talk of dying for her baby or of having two babies, of dying herself and rising again after Easter Sunday.

    Benign Stupors August Hoch
  • Great quantities of mulled ale are drunk in this district on Easter Sunday.

    Lancashire Folk-lore John Harland

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