Cheaster

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Blend of Christmas +‎ Easter

Noun[edit]

Cheaster (plural Cheasters)

  1. (slang) An individual who attends religious services only twice a year, at Christmas and Easter.
    • Ted Haynie, Ted's Shorts: One Man's Thoughts (page 310)
      Up to that point, we were Methodist Cheasters, as Martin called us. Went to a protestant church only on Christmas and Easter. We had a general faith in a Greater Being, but not much attention was paid to spiritual matters.

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