Whole and wholesome: a Christmassy etymology

Whole and wholesome: a Christmassy etymology

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wholesome-christmasSinging carols, building snowmen and gingerbread houses, exchanging presents, pulling crackers, snuggling up to the fire with a hot chocolate: the Christmas holiday is a time for good, wholesome fun, although we won’t tell anyone if you smuggle a little extra brandy into your eggnog. But, as it turns out, the words wholesome and holiday […]

Source : Whole and wholesome: a Christmassy etymology
Courtesy : Oxford English Dictionary

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