If you’re looking for a list of Thanksgiving related words, then you’re in the right place! Keep on reading for all of the words, expressions, and phrases related to Thanksgiving that you need to know.
Thanksgiving Related Words, Part 1
Check out these common Thanksgiving slang and idioms.
A casual term for Thanksgiving Day.
Stopping something suddenly. For example, smoking.
Count your blessings
To reflect on and appreciate the good things in your life.
Stuffed as a turkey
Feeling very full after a big meal.
The sleepiness you feel after a very big meal.
A situation where someone enjoys easy success or good fortune.
A Thanksgiving long-distance run.
Wobble like a turkey
To stumble or stagger, often due to overindulgence.
The day after American Thanksgiving, where you can usually find the best shopping deals of the year.
Words Related to Thanksgiving, Part 2
Let’s get into some more Thanksgiving slang.
To have a serious and honest conversation.
The sound a turkey makes. It is sometimes used to express enthusiasm.
Pass the gravy
Request for additional help or assistance.
Carve out a niche
To establish a unique and profitable position in a particular market or area.
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Cornucopia of blessings
An abundance of good things and opportunities.
To eat something very quickly.
Feast your eyes
To enjoy and appreciate the beauty or abundance of something.
Give thanks from the bottom of your heart
To express genuine gratitude and appreciation.
Baste in the glory
To revel in one’s achievements or success.
Tofu + Turkey = Tofurkey. A fake turkey that is vegan.
Drumstick of destiny
An opportunity or chance that can lead to great success.
Sweet as pie
Extremely pleasant and delightful.
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Thanksgiving Related Words: Join the Conversation
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