XD

(redirected from Christmas Day)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
AcronymDefinition
XDDisney XD (TV Station)
XDExtreme Digital (flash memory card developed by FujiFilm and Olympus)
XDDies Laughing
XDExtreme Duty (Springfield Armory line of handguns)
XDChristmas Day
XDExercised
XDExecute Disable Bit (Intel)
XDXenDesktop (Citrix Systems, Inc.)
XDex dividend
XDMixed Doubles (sport)
XDExperience Design
XDCross Direction
XDExtra Dimension
XDExecutive Development
XDWithout Dividend
XDCross Dock (distribution)
XDExothermic Dispersion
XDExploratory Development
XDXtreme Duelists (Yugioh Clan)
References in classic literature ?
Every Christmas Day he presented himself, as a profound novelty, with exactly the same words, and carrying the two bottles like dumb-bells.
And Martha warn't as late last Christmas Day by half-an-hour.
He told me, coming home, that he hoped the people saw him in the church, because he was a cripple, and it might be pleasant to them to remember upon Christmas Day, who made lame beggars walk, and blind men see.
It should be Christmas Day, I am sure,' said she, `on which one drinks the health of such an odious, stingy, hard, unfeeling man as Mr Scrooge.
They stood beside the helmsman at the wheel, the look-out in the bow, the officers who had the watch; dark, ghostly figures in their several stations; but every man among them hummed a Christmas tune, or had a Christmas thought, or spoke below his breath to his companion of some bygone Christmas Day, with homeward hopes belonging to it.
May nothing you dismay, But health and peace and happiness Be yours, this Christmas day.
On the 12th of May, Captain Bonneville reached the Portneuf River, in the vicinity of which he had left the winter encampment of his company on the preceding Christmas day.
I found there a large party of children, collected together for Christmas Day, and all sitting round a table at tea.
Our first Christmas Day was spent at Plymouth, the second at St.
And yet this Christmas day, in spite of Tom's fresh delight in home, was not, he thought, somehow or other, quite so happy as it had always been before.
The Zias, who live in Crosland Moor, are marvelling at the crazy odds - estimated at 130,000-1 - of two of their daughters being born on Christmas Day, albeit five years apart.
We end this article with the same words we used on Christmas Day 2016.