trick or treat
Simple Definition of trick or treat
: a custom on Halloween in which children knock on people's doors and say “trick or treat” when the doors are opened to ask for candy
Full Definition of trick or treat
: a children's Halloween practice of asking for treats from door to door under threat of playing tricks on those who refuse
Examples of trick or treat in a sentence
We got all dressed up for trick or treat.
When the door opened the kids all shouted “Trick or treat!”.
First Known Use of trick or treat
Rhymes with trick or treat
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TRICK OR TREAT Defined for Kids
trick or treat
Definition of trick or treat for Students
: a children's Halloween practice of going around usually in costume asking for treats
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