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Ultimate Alphabet of Fall Words From A to Z

Some of you might find an A to Z word list an odd subject for a site about joy and inspiration. However, this time of year, the crisp freshness in the air and all of the gorgeous colors, sights, smells, tastes, and fun activities create a sense of joy for me.

And I want to share that joy with you. If you’re not yet in the mood for Fall, reading this post will energize and motivate you for some Autumn fun in no time! Because you’re about to enjoy the spiciest, happiest Fall words from A to Z.

So, let’s get ready for warm fuzzies! Sit back with your toasty Autumn drink for this cozy read! Preferably by the firepit or under a soft, comfy quilt.

Now, let’s get the party started!

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A Word List That Gets You In The Mood For Fall

  • A brings us a yearning for apples, especially when you bake them with lots of cinnamon and sugar! I use Diet Cherry Pepsi, three packets of Splenda, and an overabundance of cinnamon poured into a cored apple. Microwave for 8 minutes to have a sweet treat with minimal calories, but oh, my Heavens, so delicious!

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  • B is for baskets of garden veggies. Especially cornucopia baskets. If you haven’t had a chance to get to a vegetable garden, try to find one near you and reap the goodies. So much more fresh than veggies from the store!
  • C is the cool, crisp feel in the air. There’s a new chill wrapping itself around us. The sun is shining warmly on your face, but that nip in the air, at the same time, is unmistakable. Invariably, it’s a simple and lovely feeling of cozy comfort.
  • D is for Dew on the ground. The ground is wet every morning from moisture forming in the cool air. The grass is still green, and you don’t have to water the lawn as often.
  • E stands for Equinox, the time when the Sun appears directly above the equator rather than north or south of it. On the equinox day, the Sun appears to rise “due east” and set “due west.” Per Wikipedia, this happens twice yearly, once in March and again in September.
  • F is for football. Most of us love a good game and enjoy cheering for our favorites. If you’ve never picked a team to root for, try it and see how fun it can be!
  • G makes me think of the colorful gourds that grow this time of year. Their vibrant colors and unique shapes make it easy to create beautiful Fall displays.

  • H is for harvest time and exciting hayrides. Since I couldn’t decide which word I liked better in this A to Z post, I chose both! Night-time wagon rides at our local pumpkin farm are always a favorite with children.
  • I is most definitely for Indian Corn, another decorating favorite. But please don’t try to eat this colorful decor; remember to watch the little ones around it!
  • Of course, J is for Jack-o-lanterns. It’s always fun to carve funny faces and unique designs for lighting up the porch at night.
  • K is for Kandy Korn, that Fall sugar-filled orange and yellow candy that appears on store shelves this time of year. As mentioned in 25 Ways To Make Your Home Cozy For Fall, this candy tastes excellent when mixed with peanuts, 50/50. Try it, and you’ll fall in love!
  • L has to be the colorful leaves falling from the trees. Furthermore, you haven’t lived until you’ve run through a big pile of crunchy leaves that someone has raked together!
  • M is for the Maize of harvest, which also is a great decorating item. Where I live, there are often green and golden fields of this useful crop that seem to go on for miles.
  • N means nutmeg and all of the lovely spices used in Fall baking. If you enjoy Fall baking, nutmeg is necessary for your kitchen. So, don’t forget to stop and enjoy a whiff of it whenever you open a fresh container!
  • And O is for the orange hues of this dynamic season and fruit and nut orchards kids love to run through. Why not skip through one as an adult? I dare you!
  • Obviously, P is for pumpkins because they are the classic symbol for this time of year. I would suggest baking a pie from one, but I’ve done it before, and it was quite messy. Canned pumpkin is good, too!
  • Q is for Quail season for those of us who grew up in a rural area. This bird is quite tasty and makes for an elegant dish. In fact, it’s worth a try on your next date night!
  • R is the coziness of a roaring fire. It’s a joy to strike up the fireplace for the first time around October or November. This is one of my favorites of Autumn’s A to Z alphabet.
  • S is for Scarecrows, so welcoming and cute. They seem to pop up everywhere when the weather turns cool.
  • The T in Autumn means Turkey, Dressing, and Trick or Treat. It’s hard to decide which one of the two we enjoy the most.
  • U is for snuggling under a cozy quilt. And If you have a good book and a glass of wine, even better. In front of that roaring fire? Now, we’re talking!
  • V is a visit to the local Fall Festival, Pumpkin Patch, Corn Maize, or Haunted House. Wherever you go, it’s sure to be a great time for everyone!
  • W tells us that Winter is on its way. Thus, we best enjoy this beautiful time of year while we can. In truth, Autumn never lasts long enough.
  • X is for all the eXtra fun we have during Fall Harvest.
  • Y most definitely means Yams and, of course, all of the beautiful, golden-yellow colors found in nature during Fall.
  • And last but not least, Z is to Zip up your jacket! It’s getting colder out there!
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A nature hike is a great Autumn activity. While you walk, see how many things you can find that start with each letter of the alphabet.

Conclusion: A Fun Challenge of Your Own For Fall A To Z

And now, you’ve made it to the end of this fun read. As a result, hopefully, you’ve come up with some ideas for your own Fall plans. Don’t let this lovely season get away without enjoying a few of its many cozy and fun benefits.

Now, I challenge you to gather your family or friends and design your own Fall A to Z list!; it’s a fun activity for all to enjoy.

Happy Fall, Y’all!

Fall Alphabet A to Z

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21 Comments

  1. This is such a fun way to view fall through the use of the alphabet. I was very interested to see what words were used for XYZ and you knocked it out of the park!! Great post!

  2. This is so clever! A great way to appreciate the coming fall season. Printing this out and hanging on the fridge 🙂

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