Definition of Easter card

1. Noun. A card expressing an Easter greeting.

Generic synonyms: Greeting Card



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Easter Card

East Tocharian
East Turkestan Islamic Movement
East Turkistan Islamic Movement
Eastaughffe
Easter
Easter Bunny
Easter Day
Easter Island
Easter Islander
Easter Monday
Easter Moon
Easter Sunday
Easter bunny
Easter cactus
Easter card (current term)
Easter daisy
Easter egg
Easter egg hunt
Easter egg hunts
Easter egg roll
Easter eggs
Easter giant
Easter giants
Easter lily
Easter lily vine
Easterling
Easterlings
Eastern-rigged
Eastern Abenaki

Literary usage of Easter card

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1. The Susan Lincoln Mills Memory Book by Clara K. Wittenmyer, Susan Lincoln Tolman Mills (1915)
"We were most anxious to send "Grandmother" an Easter card, ... Not until I was grown, did I learn the verse on the supposed Easter card to be: "And He said ..."

2. Life and Light for Woman by Woman's Board of Missions (1898)
"They wake up to a soul by and by, but all they care for the first dozen years is to oat, drink, and sleep, and plague people. This Easter card, now—" She ..."

3. Publishers Weekly by Publishers' Board of Trade (U.S.), Book Trade Association of Philadelphia, American Book Trade Union, Am. Book Trade Association, R.R. Bowker Company (1886)
"... etc., arranged lor hanging up with knot and loop of satin ribbon at top, and a bow of same (in which is fastened a stamped Easter card) at the bottom. ..."

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