52 Christmas Onomatopoeia Sentences Examples
One of the most fun words to say but hard to spell out in English is the figure of speech “onomatopoeia”. It could be a bunch of funny and silly words but give meaning and beauty to the message of any writing. Let’s altogether learn as we have fun with the Example Sentences of Onomatopoeia of Christmas.
Example Sentences of Onomatopoeia of Christmas
- I heard the Church chorus sang their Christmas Hymns “Deck the halls with boughs of holly Fa la la la la, la la la la (fa la la la la, la la la la)”
- The church bells rang ding dong ding, Christmas evening masses ready to start.
- Santa Claus is coming on Christmas eve saying “ Hoo, Hoo, Hoo, Merry Christmas!
- During Christmas eve, crackling of fireworks are everywhere.
- The angel sound the trumpet, “toot to toot” the savior is born on Christmas day!
- The “twang” of guitar accompanied the voices of the group singing a caroling.
- The applause (clap, clap, clap) was so loud after she sung that O holy night.
- The piano goes ting, ting ting, practicing their favorite Christmas hymn.
- The boy received a toy train, as Christmas present from her older sister. He played and it goes “chug, chug, chug, puff… puff…
- Cling,cling, cling, the bell ringed as the reindeer ran across the street in that Christmas Village
- They were laughing out loud ( hahahah!) with the Christmas show they watch.
- Tick-tock, tick-tock says the clock as we wait for Christmas eve to come.
- Ka-boom! The loud sound of a blast from a firework made the celebration of Filipino Christmas complete.
- The Christmas parade passed by our home with the enthusiastic drummer beat the drum, bom!bom!bom!
- I am fond of playing xylophone, especially my favorite Christmas sing. Ting tong, ting, tong, ting tong-ting!
- The kitchen is so busy with clanging sound of the utensil as we prepare our Christmas Dinner.
- Water plops as mom threw one by one those apples to the basin. She will be preparing an apple pie for our Christmas party.
- Whoosh, whoosh, the wind whisper into my ears with the cool breeze of Christmas season.
- The girls are giggling while receiving a Christmas gift from their crushes.
- Children squeal with delight as each of them receives their gift from their parents.
- The aroma of the roasted pig filled the room, as I sniff it. I can’t wait to eat our Christmas dinner.
- Our Christmas party’s venue is refreshing, we went splashing in the pool.
- Let’s tossed for more Christmas joys to come, clink, clink, clink!
- The acapella group hums the sound of the Christmas song.
- In their Christmas vacation, they went to the beach for diving, under the sea the water strongly bloops.
- He dropped her Christmas box on the floor and “thud”!
- Those Christmas ball goes boing as it dropped from the top of the Christmas tree.
- The party is yet to begin, the guest were chattering when the special guest came in.
- My dad open the wine after the Christmas dinner. It loudly fizz as he opens its cap.
- Maria cooks her favorite popcorn for her friends as they spend the Christmas night together. The corns were popping inside the casserole.
- The maracas rattled along with the tambourine as they caroling.
- Snapping their finger is the first sound that they make before they begin that Christmas song.
- Grandma brought us a crunchy cookies that she personally baked as her Christmas present.
- The creaking rocking chair was a Christmas gift of my dad to my grand mom five years ago.
- The chirping of the bird reminds me of how we celebrate our Christmas in the country.
- Santa Claus got stuck in the chimney. They hear the grunting of Santa.
- It’s time to open the gift. Everyone rip the wrapper with excitement.
- Hear the bell sounds “ding-dong, ding-dong”, signaling that Christmas eve is near.
- “Come they told me, pa-rum-pa-pum-pum” this line of the song really made me laugh.
- Psssshh….the firecracker flew up the sky and “boom”! What a big blast it was.
- Sound the horn (tooooot) at exactly 12midnight, to make this Christmas eve alive.
- Snowflakes drip on the roof, Christmas season is approaching.
- Cling clang, cling clang, the priest ring its bell on that Christmas eve mass.
- Carols singing everywhere, in the stores and in malls, the soft voices sound “lalala,lalala, hark the herald angel sing glory to the new born king”.
- Bom,bom,bom, the ten drummer boys beats their drum to herald the birth of the king.
- Whoosh, the wind blow soft on that cold winter night.
- The band had their own instrument to play on that Christmas show. Mine is a tambourine that sounded kling, kling, kling.
- The baby sweetly chuckles seeing that Santa Claus suit with that red and white cloth.
- Let’s join our hand and clap, as we listen to the Christmas anthem of the choir.
- I kept practicing the lines and its tune, “Ding-dong merrily on high, hosanna in the highest”, glo-oh-ooooo-ooo-ria hosanna in the highest.
- I’m going to knock on you door, ring on your bell just to wake you up for the midnight dinner.
- We follow the beat and make our dancing step with the jingle bell rock music say “Giddy-up jingle horse, pick up your feet, Jingle around the clock, mix and a-mingle in the jinglin’ feet, that’s the jingle bell rock.
Onomatopoeia of Christmas may be hard to find and using it in sentences is quite rigid. But putting them in creates a wonderful meaning and makes the sentences alive and of fun. It gives the auditory imagery to convince the reader to hear what the author had heard. Often, onomatopoeia, when used in the sentence creates excitement and delivers the idea of the writer to its reader. Onomatopoeia of Christmas brings the atmosphere of Christmas to the one reading it.