New Year's

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Noun1.New Year's - the first day of the yearNew Year's - the first day of the year    
legal holiday, national holiday, public holiday - authorized by law and limiting work or official business
Jan, January - the first month of the year; begins 10 days after the winter solstice
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More snow came before New Year's, and the harbor froze over, but the gulf still was free, beyond the white, imprisoned fields.
Captain Jim's small nephew Joe had come down to spend New Year's with his great-uncle, and had fallen asleep on the sofa with the First Mate curled up in a huge golden ball at his feet.
On New Year's Eve we were all together in Uncle Alec's kitchen, which was tacitly given over to our revels during the winter evenings.
Jerry had not been allowed to go out yet, and I never saw him after that New Year's eve.
From all the windows the candles were gleaming, and it smelt so deliciously of roast goose, for you know it was New Year's Eve; yes, of that she thought.
You might as well tell me that two New Year's Days will come together, or that I have had a gold head all my life, and never changed it.'
Vincy's, where, on New Year's Day, there was a party, to which Mr.
Speaking of books reminds me that I'm getting rich in that line, for on New Year's Day Mr.
The thirty-first of December, New Year's Eve, was the date.
It was the great dance on New Year's Eve that made the glory of Squire Cass's hospitality, as of his forefathers', time out of mind.
THE WEEK FOLLOWING Christmas brought in a thaw, and by New Year's Day all the world about us was a broth of grey slush, and the guttered slope between the windmill and the barn was running black water.
Only, I will ask you what you mean by a `Happy New Year' under our circumstances?