[ awl-hal-oh-muh s ]
/ ˌɔlˈhæl oʊ məs /
Origin of Allhallowmas
before 1100; Middle English alhalwemesse, Old English ealra hālgena mæsse mass of all saints
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Examples from the Web for allhallowmas
Kay had been made a knight at Allhallowmas, and when he found there was to be so fine a joust he wanted a sword, to join it.How to Tell Stories to Children|Sara Cone Bryant
His New Year's gifts are ready at Allhallowmas, and the suit he meant to meditate before them.