Mr. Frazer therefore shifts the Saca from July to Eastertide in face of difficulties.
Honora has but to shut her eyes to see it aflame with tulips at Eastertide.
The legend that established the hare as a symbol of the Eastertide is not generally known.
But the actual raid upon the hall was made at Eastertide, 1645.
It is desirable, too, that they should perish about our Eastertide, and that they should be supposed to rise again.
Here she is not in the background, as at Eastertide, but she brings him to us in her arms.
The mystical joy of Eastertide that flooded the heart of Mrs. Rumbell in the dawn swept through the concourse at the market.
After further delays the Concordat was ratified at Eastertide, 1802.
Atlantic City is also a popular resort in winter and spring, and is usually well filled at Eastertide.
Eastertide, 1458, was finally appointed for this state visit of reconciliation.