Origin of Whitsun
Words nearby Whitsun
How to use Whitsun in a sentence
Some two years later, during the Whitsun holiday, I had taken one of my daughters to the cinema and arrived home about 10.30pm.
A May-pole was an abomination equalled only in atrocity by a "Whitsun-ale" or a "Morris-dance."Traditions, Superstitions and Folk-lore|Charles Hardwick
Two Whitsun-eves running it had caught fire and burned to the ground.Tales from the Fjeld|P. Chr. Asbjrnsen
During the Whitsun festival carriages are scarcely to be procured in the whole of Montenegro, or in Cattaro either.The Land of the Black Mountain|Reginald Wyon
Prominent amongst all the youths stood the Whitsun King of the year before.
Then, my beloved little brother, are you not aware that to-day is red Whitsun Day?