Nana and Fontan have invited a few friends to cut their twelfth-night cake with them.
Do you know this is twelfth-night—the night for telling fortunes?
Let all idle gazers, then, in the streets of London beware of twelfth-night!
In Normandy, if any of the family are absent when the cake is cut on twelfth-night, his share is carefully put by.
During the entire twelve months there is no such illumination of pastry-cooks' shops, as on twelfth-night.
He had broken his leg the evening before on his way home from a twelfth-night feast at a neighbour's.
It is this,—that if you will send him word to come again, he will be here by twelfth-night.
twelfth-night had come and gone, and life next morning seemed a trifle flat and purposeless.
He had broken his leg the evening before on his way home from a twelfth-night feast at a neighbor's.
Mother Coupeau, who had coughed and choked all through December, was obliged to take to her bed after twelfth-night.
A comedy by William Shakespeare. The two central characters are a twin brother and sister; each thinks that the other has been lost at sea. The sister disguises herself as a boy and goes to serve the duke of the country, a bitter man disappointed in love. The brother reappears and marries the woman whom the duke has been pursuing, and his sister marries the duke. Twelfth Night begins with the line “If music be the food of love, play on.”