The plural of Christmas is Christmases (e.g. That happened three Christmases ago).Christmases.
The plural of Christmas is spelled Christmases.
The duration of Four Christmases is 1.47 hours.
Four Christmases was created on 2008-11-25.
Four Christmases was released on 11/26/2008.
The Production Budget for Four Christmases was $80,000,000.
All the Christmases with you have been perfect.Twenty-six Christmases later, I am still waiting for Santa to deliver the live dragon I asked for as a child.
Four Christmases grossed $163,546,040 worldwide.
A teenage girl who remembers all of the Christmases that she spent with her ex-boyfriend.
Four Christmases grossed $120,146,040 in the domestic market.
Merriest is the correct spelling.Some example sentences are:He is the merriest chap I know.I wish you the merriest of Christmases, good sir.
There is no standard collective noun for a group of Father Christmases. A collective noun becomes standard when it is frequently used to describe a group of people or things. A group of Father Christmases would be very rare.
I believe that it is Christmases.
the plural is Christmases
The plural form of Christmas is Christmases.
That is the spelling of the rarely-used possessive formof the word Christmas (e.g. Christmas's history). The word is usually used simply as a noun adjunct (e.g. Christmas history).The plural of the word is Christmases.
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