- Easter time.
- the week following Easter.
- the 50 days between Easter and Whitsuntide.
Origin of Eastertide
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Examples from the Web for eastertide
Honora has but to shut her eyes to see it aflame with tulips at Eastertide.A Modern Chronicle, Complete
But the actual raid upon the hall was made at Eastertide, 1645.The Church of Grasmere
Mary L. Armitt
Here she is not in the background, as at Eastertide, but she brings him to us in her arms.
In the meantime this heroine was preparing for the Eastertide exhibition of her school.Six Girls and the Tea Room</p>
Marion Ames Taggart
It is determined by Eastertide, and generally falls in April.The Bath Road</p>
Charles G. (Charles George) Harper
- the Easter season
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