Holiday Crossword Puzzle
Author Ben and Isabel Snyder
When you see a tree hung with springs you know it must be ___
Secularized abbreviation of the most popular holiday in the US.
The looming deadline for these is probably weighing heavy on many seniors' minds.
The only source of greenery at this time of year.
Appended to "came," you'd find knights here.
Would you like juevos verdes with that?
___ and all through the house...
No coal in yours, I hope.
You might see some ugly examples of this garment around the holidays.
Light a candle every night for nine days.
Add an "n" to the end and you can sleep here for a fee.
You go to Charter. Better start studying for these!
Seniors and freshman get a day off for these.
Bees often contribute to this holiday light source.
Spin, spin, spin and hope for gimel.
Try to catch your crush under one of these plants!
Where would we be without this jolly fellow?
Embarrassed? Your face might appear this color.
And a happy ___
These darn tree decorations are always tangled.
Heads up on New Year's Day at 12:00am or this might fall on you.
"He's a mean one"
Winter's gift to school children.
If you're driving, go easy on this at your holiday party.
Santa travels this way to race the sun.
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