Christmas present

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Noun1.Christmas present - a present given at Christmas timeChristmas present - a present given at Christmas time  
present - something presented as a gift; "his tie was a present from his wife"
stocking filler, stocking stuffer - a small Christmas present included in the Christmas stocking
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that he declared he was going to bring her a Christmas present," continued Miss Ellen.
I wouldn't give anybody a Christmas present that wasn't new, and I wouldn't thank anybody who gave me one.
That's a Christmas present for you, Anne," said Matthew shyly.
She had once given Philip a paint-box as a Christmas present, and he had started by copying her pictures.
That venerable financier, however, still seemed struggling with portions of his well-lined attire, and at length produced from a very interior tail-coat pocket, a black oval case which he radiantly explained to be his Christmas present for his god-daughter.
My sister had told me some weeks before that I might have the pick of her geese for a Christmas present, and I knew that she was always as good as her word.
She gave it to me for a Christmas present, poor child
Fanny said no more, for she felt quite sure that Polly would relent when the time came, and she planned to give her a pretty dress for a Christmas present, so that one excuse should be removed.
Dell," said he, "let's put our Christmas presents away and keep 'em a while.
They invented the art of giving Christmas presents.
She asked us to wrap up a shoe box as a Christmas present and put in nice things such as balls, things to wash with, note pads, pens, a cuddly toy, cars and dolls.
A GAMES console given as a Christmas present to children was among the items stolen during a burglary in Caernarfon.