Usage examples for hallowe'en

  1. This has been a lovely Hallowe'en, and I shall always remember it, I know. – Half a Dozen Girls by Anna Chapin Ray
  2. Tautological expressions: this here where at return back ascend up repeat again biography of his life good benefits fellow playmates Hallowe'en evening important essentials indorse on the back connect up meet up with combined together perfectly all right utter absence of quite round absolutely annihilated still continue to absolutely new creation necessary requisite total effect of all this Exercise: 1. The people who act the parts in a play want the people who witness the performance to applaud them. – The Century Handbook of Writing by Garland Greever Easley S. Jones
  3. Nancy was restless, beside her own hearth, even while she spangled a gown for the Hallowe'en ball, and discussed with Bert the details of the paper chase at the club, and the hunt breakfast to follow. – Undertow by Kathleen Norris
  4. These are to tie your eyes with, he explained: Yellow, you see; Hallowe'en color. – Ethel Morton's Holidays by Mabell S. C. Smith
  5. The napkins were the paper ones which feature black cats at Hallowe'en. – Entertaining Made Easy by Emily Rose Burt
  6. By the by; it's Hallowe'en on Friday! – The Princess of the School by Angela Brazil
  7. " Didn't Mrs. Hapgood tell it, last Hallowe'en, a devoted husband and a beautiful home? – Half a Dozen Girls by Anna Chapin Ray
  8. Is this the first year you've had a Hallowe'en party? – Ethel Morton's Holidays by Mabell S. C. Smith
  9. Of course he's loads older than we are- he's twenty- five- but he said he hadn't been to a Hallowe'en party for so long that he wanted to come, and Tom and Della said he put up such a plaintive wail that they asked if they might bring him. – Ethel Morton's Holidays by Mabell S. C. Smith
  10. That was the time when she had come down for Hallowe'en, and it was on Sunday evening that they had talked it over in the Bird Room at Huntersfield. – The Trumpeter Swan by Temple Bailey
  11. He'd know him even if he had on a Hallowe'en false face, wouldn't he? – Bunny Brown and His Sister Sue on an Auto Tour by Laura Lee Hope
  12. Maybe the changes in the atmosphere affect people as well as fiddle- strings, and it is because it's Hallowe'en, and witches are in the air, that you feel so. – The Little Colonel at Boarding-School by Annie Fellows Johnston
  13. And if you do this in the dark, the light will shine through your cheek, and if you are a fat child you will give the impression of a Hallowe'en lantern carved from a pumpkin. – We Three by Gouverneur Morris
  14. Besides, although Old Dutcher disliked all boys on principle, he disliked Ned less than the rest because the boy had always treated him respectfully and had never played any tricks on him on Hallowe'en or April Fool's Day. – Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories, 1902 to 1903 by Lucy Maud Montgomery
  15. Along about the beginning of the Christian " Erie," says an elderly Englishman, the Queen Boadicea got so disgusted with the Romans who carried on there in England just as they had been in the habit of doing at home,- cutting up like a hallowe'en party in its junior year,- that she got her Britons together, had a steel dress made to fight in comfortably and not tight under the arms, then she said, " Is there any one here who hath a culverin with him?" – Comic History of England by Bill Nye
  16. O never wrong the wee folk- The red folk and green, Nor name them on the Fridays, Or at Hallowe'en; The helpless and unwary then And bairns they lure away- The fierce folk, the angry folk, the folk that steal and slay. – Elves and Heroes by Donald A. MacKenzie
  17. And who would play Hallowe'en games on a cold night like this?" – Ghost Beyond the Gate by Mildred A. Wirt
  18. Well, I took her to the Hallowe'en dance, and it was a keen dance, the swellest we ever had at the hall. – Poor, Dear Margaret Kirby and Other Stories by Kathleen Norris
  19. No Hallowe'en is complete, of course, without fortune telling. – Perfect Behavior A Guide for Ladies and Gentlemen in all Social Crises by Donald Ogden Stewart