All Hallows' Day


All Hallows' Day
All Hal|lows' Day
also Allhallows , Allhallowmas old use
another name for All Saint's Day, November 1st

Dictionary of contemporary English. 2013.

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  • All Hallows Day — All Hallˈows Day noun All Saints Day, 1 November • • • Main Entry: ↑all …   Useful english dictionary

  • all hallows' day — All Saints day, church festival celebrated on November 1st in honor of all of the saints …   English contemporary dictionary

  • All Hallows' Day — noun A Christian feast day, 1st November, honouring the saints; the day after Halloween. Syn: All Saints’ Day …   Wiktionary

  • All Saints' Day — also All Hallows Day 1 November, when Christian churches remember all the ↑saints …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • All Saints' Day — noun In Christian tradition, the annual feast day celebrating the life of all saints on the first day of November. Syn: All Hallows Day …   Wiktionary

  • all-saints' day — All Hallow, All Hallows, All Hallowmas, Hallowmas, the first of November, All Saints …   New dictionary of synonyms

  • All Saints' Day — noun a Christian feast day honoring all the saints; first observed in 835 • Syn: ↑Allhallows, ↑November 1, ↑Hallowmas, ↑Hallowmass • Hypernyms: ↑holy day of obligation • Part Holonyms: ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • All Saints' Day — a church festival celebrated November 1 in honor of all the saints; Allhallows. [1570 80] * * * In Christianity, a day commemorating all the saints of the church, known and unknown. It is celebrated on November 1 in the Western churches and on… …   Universalium

  • All Saints Day — (also All Hallows) 1 November, when members of some Christian Churches traditionally say prayers to all the saints. The previous night, known as All Hallows Eve, is now usually called Halloween. * * * …   Universalium

  • All Saints Day — noun the Christian festival, held November 1, that commemorates all the saints (especially, in many churches, those who have died in the preceding year) See Also: Hallowmas, All Hallows Eve, Halloween …   Wiktionary


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