How to use Trick-or-treating in a sentence

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  • Yet try as he may, he didn't know the names of the three little kids next door, who'd come trick-or-treating for a half dozen years, sold Girl Scout cookies and always smiled—and they knew his name.

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  • Yet try as he may, he didn't know the names of the three little kids next door, who'd come trick-or-treating for a half dozen years, sold Girl Scout cookies and always smiled—and they knew his name.

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  • Many people would think that Halloween is sweet treat time but, think about it, Halloween is one night of trick or treating while Christmas desserts can and are served from Thanksgiving to New Years Eve.

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  • For a nostalgic touch, order retro candy from your childhood to evoke fun memories of trick or treating.

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  • Some very simple cakes are great choices for the holiday because they manage to represent the season and spirit of Halloween without delving into the trick-or-treating aspect.

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  • At Halloween, your son may enjoy wearing a candy corn tie to a local fall festival or even trick-or-treating.

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  • Whether you are going to a Halloween party or taking your kids trick-or-treating, a costume designed to fit and flatter your curvy figure will help you get into the spirit of the holiday.

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  • Unique Halloween decorations, scary and not-so-scary haunted houses, costumed monsters, trick-or-treating, Halloween-themed shows and a family-friendly Halloween parade are all part of the park's annual celebration.

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  • A single tier Halloween window sensor candle is perfect for children to take trick or treating.

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  • They also have window sensor candles in black and orange perfect for the window or trick or treating.

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  • This can be annoying if you bump into someone at a party, but it's downright dangerous if your child is trick-or-treating from house to house.

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  • Dress the belly (or hide it), and attend a party… or go Trick or Treating and tell the people who answer the door that the candy is for the baby!

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  • At such a young age, a baby is not going to dress in an elaborate Halloween costume and go trick-or-treating.

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  • However, bringing the baby trick-or-treating is not necessarily the best way to accomplish this.

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  • Host a Halloween Party - If the baby is too young to go trick-or-treating, or if the weather will be too cold, host a Halloween party so that everyone can get a good look at the little one in his or her costume.

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  • Go to the Mall - Many malls across America host Halloween events or inside trick-or-treating for young kids.

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  • Your kids might love having the Easter bunny escort them from house to house for trick-or-treating, but the head will obstruct your vision too much to be safe.

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  • The most obvious way to get some use out of toddler Cinderella costumes is to buy one for Halloween and have your own little princess go trick-or-treating in it.

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  • The romper is fleece-lined, so your little one will be cozy even if you take her out for a bout of trick-or-treating.

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  • Drape this sheet over the head of the little one, and you are ready to go out trick-or-treating.

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  • Dads who want to squire their Bellas around trick or treating may dress in a simple uniform and add the Forks patch to the shoulder of the jacket.

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  • Use caution when you create your costumes, and don't send kids out trick or treating alone.

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  • Once your kids finish trick-or-treating, carefully examine their treats, or better yet, take them to a nearby hospital that will x-ray their loot for free!

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  • No matter how you celebrate Halloween, your kids probably love every aspect of it, from searching for the best costume to trick-or-treating.

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  • Obviously, trick-or-treating requires a special container to hold your stash of candy.

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  • Every year, on October 31st, children go trick-or-treating and adults throw parties to celebrate the holiday.

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  • One prime example is trick-or-treating at Halloween.

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  • From there, the holiday was celebrated with trick-or-treating, community events and parades, which continues today.

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  • The best time to have your party is right after school and before trick-or-treating begins in your neighborhood.

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  • This is a good opportunity to help out some parents that either come home late or have small children and are therefore unable to take their older children trick-or-treating.

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  • The adults hosting the party can volunteer to chaperone the children as they travel around the neighborhood trick-or-treating and then drop them off at home.

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