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Search phrase: tradition

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As You Like ItAYL I.i.45born, but the same tradition takes not away my blood,borne, but the same tradition takes not away my bloud,
Henry VH5 V.i.67Will you mock at an ancient tradition, begun upon anwill you mocke at an ancient Tradition began vppon an
Richard IIR2 III.ii.173Tradition, form, and ceremonious duty;Tradition, Forme, and Ceremonious dutie,

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Allhallowmasin Christian tradition, All Saints' Day, 1 November
Amaimon, Amamon[pron: a'miymon, a'mamon] in Christian tradition, the name of a devil
Ash Wednesdayin Christian tradition, the first day of Lent
Barbason[pron: 'bahrbason] in Christian tradition, the name of a devil
Bartholomewin Christian tradition, Saint Bartholomew's Day, 24 August
Bartholomew-tideIn Christian tradition, St Bartholomew's day
Beelzebub[pron: bee'elzebub, 'belzebub] in Christian tradition, the Devil; or, a principal devil
Belzebub[pron: 'belzebub] in Christian tradition, the Devil; or, a principal devil
Castiliano[unclear meaning] in Christian tradition, possibly a name of a devil
Christmasin Christian tradition, the feast of the birth of Christ, 25 December
Crispian, Crispin, SaintsEnglish forms of Crispianus and Crispinus: in Christian tradition, martyrs under Roman emperor Diocletian; feast day 25 October
Denis, Saintin Christian tradition, the first apostle of France, 3rd-c
Easterin Christian tradition, the feast of Christ’s resurrection
Flibberdigibbet[pron: fliberdi'jibet] in Christian tradition, the name of a devil
Francis, Saintin Christian tradition, founder of the Franciscan order
Frateretto, Fraterretto[pron: frate'retoh] in Christian tradition, the name of a devil
George, Saintin Christian tradition, the patron saint of England, 3rd-c
Hallowmasin Christian tradition, All Saints' Day, 1 November
Hobbididence[pron: hobi'didens] in Christian tradition, the name of a devil
Holy-rood dayin Christian tradition, Holy Cross day, 14 September
Hoppedance[pron: 'hopidans] in Christian tradition, the name of a devil
Jacob, Saintin Christian tradition, an alternative name for St James
Jaques, Saintin Christian tradition, Saint James; a pilgrim centre in Compostella, N Spain
Lentin Christian tradition, the 6-week penitential season before Easter
Mahu[pron: 'mahhu] in Christian tradition, the name of a devil
Mephostophilus[mefi'stofolus] in Christian tradition, the name of a devil
Michaelmasin Christian tradition, St Michael's Day, 29 September
Modo[pron: 'mohdoh] in Christian tradition, the name of a devil
Nicholas, Saintin Christian tradition, the patron saint of travellers and scholars
Obidicut[pron: o'bidikut] in Christian tradition, the name of a devil
Satanin Christian tradition, the Devil
Shrovetidein Christian tradition, the three days before Ash Wednesday
Smulkinin Christian tradition, the name of a devil
Stamfordmarket town in Lincolnshire, with a tradition of fairs
Whitsunin Christian tradition, the feast of Pentecost
Withold, Saintpron: ['witohld] in Christian tradition, defender against harms

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Britain [outside London]...town in lincolnshire ec england with a tradition of fairs from anglo-saxon times ...

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Word FamilyWord Family GroupWords
TRADITIONBASICtradition n, traditional adj

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