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    Festive dinner at Easter

    Can I call dinner eaten at Easter "festive dinner"?
    Or does "festive dinner" mean "Christmas dinner"?
    Probably the best choice would be "Easter dinner" or "festive Easter dinner"

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    Re: Festive dinner at Easter

    Quote Originally Posted by angelene001 View Post
    Can I call dinner eaten at Easter "festive dinner"?
    Or does "festive dinner" mean "Christmas dinner"?
    Probably the best choice would be "Easter dinner" or "festive Easter dinner"
    You can have a festive dinner whenever you like.

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