How To Use Evening In A Sentence

  • We filter all the e-mails in the evening to verify whether any bogus votes are cast.
  • The sky began to clear and there were puffy white clouds forming as the evening faded away.
  • It was now early evening, and Vera was in the kitchen, preparing the food that she had sent Bill out for.
  • On the evening of 24 May 1941, British lieutenant commander Malcolm Wanklyn, in command of the submarine Upholder, sighted an enemy troop convoy strongly escorted by destroyers off Sicily.
  • Some lucky local with an open fire had determined the evening warranted a little extra cheer, more than the central heating could provide, and had lit a small blaze on his hearth.
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  • I love to cook, but I don't feel like spending the energy every evening.
  • By Friday evening, 45 bodies had been cremated in mass ceremonies.
  • Zack and I spent last evening making modelling clay figures at the kitchen table.
  • Tournament organiser Ussher Watson will take late entries for the junior events this evening at Belfast 647934.
  • The Stabat Mater has been retained as an optional Sequence for September 15 in the reformed Roman Missal and as the hymn for the Office of Readings, Morning Prayer, and Evening Prayer in the new Liturgy of Hours. Archive 2009-04-01
  • Fr. Stephen celebrated fifty years as a priest recently and the occasion was marked by the concelebration of Mass in St. Patricks Church, Clonbur on last Friday evening.
  • Why don't you fetch your new boyfriend round one evening? We'd like to meet him.
  • I wrapped my arms around him and he buried his face into my shoulder like he had earlier that evening, shoulders heaving as he wrapped his arms around my waist.
  • For an evening look, simply add glitzy heels, a blinging clutch and statement jewellery. The Sun
  • So were they duetting as equals that evening? Times, Sunday Times
  • Pat spent that evening and night with long-lost friends and had the time of his life.
  • On Sunday evening, after the dishes had been washed and Jared was in bed, Charisse and Stefàn were lounging comfortably on the plush leather cuddler sofa in their den and listening to a classic Grover Washington, Jr. CD. Who Said It Would Be Easy
  • It was wonderful returning home that evening to find a packet of fruit pastilles waiting for me after I had eaten my dinner.
  • The evening takes the form of a memory play told by the elderly Kat, now a shoeshine boy working the streets, who looks back at his younger self.
  • A Catalan parade will kick off an exuberant evening of Catalonian dance, music and fireworks.
  • The odds are, shall we say, somewhat large, and the car was still there by the end of the evening.
  • Consequently, she had to exist on an average income of £26 per week from an evening waitressing job.
  • The evening dress is made out of pure silk.
  • gossip was the main business of the evening
  • Its popularity in 1948 with both schoolchildren and adults saw the Blossom Street picture house bursting at the seams during matinees and evening performances for weeks on end.
  • Sir – My 14-year-old son witnessed an incident in Ipswich on Friday evening in which a friend was assaulted and injured. Oh Dear! « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG
  • We hooked up with the wedding party towards the inebriate end of the evening - my word, did we ever.
  • Each evening, before retiring, the careful wife sees that a hocho, or kitchen knife, is laid upon the kitchen floor, and covered with a kanadarai, or brazen wash - basin, on the upturned bottom of which is placed a single straw sandal, of the noiseless sort called zori, also turned upside down. Glimpses of Unfamiliar Japan Second Series
  • Evening meals are often takeaways: neither he nor his wife are keen cooks.
  • The society often arranges poetry readings and musical evenings.
  • Festival-goers began to drift off as the evening drew to an end.
  • A local publication, The Evening Bulletin said, ‘The reporter had been horrified to see two fatted calves strolling up main street!’
  • In the evenings, she plays outside with her friends.
  • She stabilized for a time, but in the evening began hemorrhaging again.
  • Come ten o'clock in the evening we've generally begun to stretch and yawn, and by ten thirty the house is quiet except for gentle snoring.
  • Last evening I had a note from Marion and she says they had a most delightful time at the Encaenia and spoke of two young gentlemen who graduated with the highest honors. Marguerite Verne
  • The days / evenings are drawing out.
  • Was there any truth in the stories we had been told, did the Souls really come back from beyond the grave on that evening?
  • It was at one of those catatonic evenings when a dramatic turnaround was in the offing.
  • The conference began with a Wednesday evening welcome reception, held at Chicago's Field Museum, where 28 mostly Illinois breweries had set up beer stations among two stuffed elephants, a couple of totem poles and a tyrannosaur skeleton. Beer: A celebration of craft brewing
  • It is early evening, but the sky is prematurely dark; thunderheads have blocked the last rays of the sun.
  • This evening would not have happened without that same impetuousness. Electric Proms: Elton John and Leon Russell – review
  • This evening of games on the beach includes water-sport taster sessions, rock-pooling, bird walks, star-gazing and a barbecue at sunset. Times, Sunday Times
  • When he made that announcement, the prime minister presumably did not mean that the official would continue to do his first-class job until Wednesday evening, whereupon he would draft a truly top-hole letter of resignation.
  • KOBE: We arrived at Kobe on the evening of April 10th, and fell at once into the grasp of the custom-house authorities, who proved, however, very lenient. Travels in the Far East
  • The planet they call the evening star, the morning star.
  • At dinner, they ate as they had before, although in time Bittman found that even his evening meals came to include more "vegetables, fruits, legumes and whole grains and less meat, sugar, junk food, and overrefined carbohydrates. thoughts on the minimalist and "vegan until six"
  • On paper, Italy have enough heavy artillery to do something similar on Saturday evening.
  • Even her few words of Gaelic at the start of her speech at the state dinner on Wednesday evening – "A Úachtárain agus a chairde" "president and friends", immaculately pronounced – were an unexpected gesture. Irish eyes are smiling: show of respect turns Queen into runaway favourite
  • The finale to our visit came the very next evening when we were taken on a VIP visit to the Regency Casino for a mad night of wild abandon at the slot machines.
  • The evening was one of the largest consumer tastings of South African wines ever to be held in the UK with over 450 attendees signed up.
  • Later that evening she will launch the festival and will be guest speaker at an event hosted by the heritage office of Carlow County Council.
  • It was an enjoyable evening but the danger of where we seem to be going kept reasserting itself like a descant to the pleasant sound of casual conversation.
  • In the evening, families eat a simple meal of leftovers or eggs and toast.
  • The wind of evening shook the dark leaves to a thin airy cackle. The Garden Party, and Other Stories
  • Having proved myself the fount of all world knowledge, I returned Lisa to Brighton on Tuesday evening, in time for our 7 month anniversary on Wednesday, a landmark we celebrated with a visit to the drive-thru McDonalds.
  • By the time we pulled up at the ecolodge for the evening, we weren't talking. Times, Sunday Times
  • A performer in evening dress plays classical selections on the violin.
  • The musical evening bubbled with songs and dances.
  • He had a hearty appetite, took very little exercise, and spent his days sitting at his office desk and most evenings sitting in front of the fire, listening to the wireless.
  • On the stroke of half time Oxford once again scythed through the shaky gold defence, hooker Andy Dalgleish supplying Bradshaw with the perfect pass to score his second of the evening.
  • This charming, home-loving, God-fearing young man was on early evening television, blaring into the living-rooms of millions of impressionable young people.
  • He brushed the dirt off his coat cursing the whole evening, mainly for the damage it had done to his good coat.
  • As it was a seafood evening, we paid particular attention to that side of the buffet, and there were again more than just a few choices, with many items presented in different ways, to suit all palates.
  • A few pedestrians carrying their evening shopping sheltered from the rain in doorways.
  • The job we all loved was at Benediction, an evening service where one altar boy was in charge of the thurible.
  • Her labour was going like clockwork when her waters broke on the evening of her due date.
  • Pubs usually stage karaoke evenings or have jukeboxes churning out the hits.
  • The launch of this new publication will take place at the conference room of the NIC building on the Waterfront, at 7 pm this evening.
  • By day, he has to remain out of sight, but in the evening, he pushes his cart out and chooses a place where he is unlikely to be hassled by the police.
  • Overhead, in the amethyst dusk above the Viennese Altstadt, Steel City was an evening star.
  • That reminds me that I have a meeting to attend this evening.
  • William Coleman, Federalist editor of the New-York Evening Post, published an account of the incident in his paper two days later.
  • The 100 back seemed to serve as a great warm-up for her main event of the evening.
  • BERLIN—On a chilly October evening in her austere chancellery, Angela Merkel placed a confidential call to Rome to help save the euro. Deepening Crisis Over Euro Pits Leader Against Leader
  • Paul came home this evening and said "You're horny ... and mardy ... you must be due on," which of course is absolutely right. March 28th, 2008
  • And one evening we try crispy-crusted pig's-feet cakes, meltingly soft chunks of meat encased in polenta.
  • We knew we were in for a pretty long, jejune evening.
  • John and Susan phoned.They're coming round this evening.
  • Last evening a gentleman arrived here from Providence, by whom we are favour'd with the following, fresh advices from the northern army.
  • You drop in at a friend's place one evening unannounced.
  • But with all the close horrors of the Venusian climate let's not lose sight of the view from earth, of the herald of the dawn and the evening star of lovers.
  • Much of Northern Taiwan breathed a sigh of relief yesterday as heavy rains fell around the country yesterday evening.
  • One evening we labored, stung by nettles and mosquitoes, to set up Sewell's camera blind on Otter Pond in the great marsh.
  • A broadtail lace evening coat was paired with a Venetian blue blouse and metal plisse skirt. Joey Jalleo: Inside Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2009: Third Row at Calvin
  • Temperatures are expected to drop even lower this evening as a north-eastern wind blows over the UK.
  • She remembered that she was going to the social club that evening.
  • I was supposed to be working this evening but what the hell - I'll see you in the pub in half an hour.
  • Following the evening sessions, there was a Cafe opened in the fellowship hall so that everyone could have a light meal and spend time visiting old friends, and making new ones.
  • At this event, held in August, 60 bulls and steers (bulls without an important operating part) were herded from the plain across the river during a driving rainstorm the evening before. Jaripeo - The Drive-in Rodeo
  • Bill's loyalty to his apprentice had been ill rewarded this evening and no trainer could afford to be sentimental.
  • The people were British in their manner, tea was had frequently and the evening meal was called tea, not dinner.
  • Also look out for Ireland's finest west coast harmonisers, The Thrills and gritty US punk duo, The Kills on the evening session stage.
  • We spent all evening doing a 1000-piece jigsaw.
  • Evenings, he would gather his friends and read the albums as a performance.
  • How the members of any pleasant evening-company might astonish or amuse each other by narrating together the contradictory views the same voluble discourser has unfolded to them successively during the passage of one hour! so easily we bend and conform, and deny God and ourselves, to gratify the guest we converse with. The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 12, No. 74, December, 1863
  • Refreshments were also served following the formalities of the evening.
  • My first indication that I'm going to need to let out my belt a couple of notches comes at the hotel's raclette and fondue evening.
  • Peace and calm prevail on most weekday evenings - the best time to enter through the stone torii gate and join the faithful.
  • I don't consider myself a caffeine addict, but I do drink diet Coke every evening and probably a weak coffee every day or two on average.
  • The lady of the house had no difficulty in partnering off her beautiful daughter for the evening with a smart young man.
  • They would eat takeout food, and in the evening the boss would oversee the preparation of more elaborate meals.
  • Each evening the horses were bedded down, fed, watered, cosseted and crooned at.
  • There is a middle aged man on my course who attends Wednesday evening lectures as a part-time student.
  • Investigators Thursday evening found a dish containing what appeared to be antifreeze, which is poisonous to animals, on the property of a woman some neighbors say has threatened to poison cats and other animals that come into her yard. Cincinnati.Com - All Local News
  • An hour in the morning is worth two in the evening
  • Though the small room was jam-packed that evening, it proved to be a very intimate setting for a jazz trio concert.
  • There was only a cluster of reeds by the river(Sentence dictionary), rustling dryly in an evening breeze.
  • Matt is not the bespectacled nerd who taps out columns about dog poo in parks at his typewriter in the evenings.
  • What do you usually do in the evening?
  • The evening sunlight shone aslant through the window.
  • He had seen nothing save roe deer and a few hares out feeding amid the early evening shadows.
  • A social evening is also part of the night and all interested parties are welcome.
  • He had taken especial care preparing for this evening and in his heart he knew that he would be escorting this beautiful girl home.
  • They'll have them that evening with the beefsteaks.
  • Joe wrote, describing his adventure in architecture for the Saturday Evening Post.
  • On April 4th at about 4 o'clock in the evening, the Dupleix anchored in Pondicherry harbour. Aurchlives, Aehton, and April flower
  • Leaving his horse he walked around the perimeter, the grind of his boots on gravel and grass the only sound in the evening stillness.
  • Exasperated, Emma went herself one evening to the spot where Collymore rigged his scales on the limb of a sea grape.
  • Once more the evening sky is dark and the streets are empty, the silence broken only by the familiar rumbling bass from high performance stereos passing in the night.
  • The details are a bit hairier as they involve isentropic lifting this morning, an upper-level disturbance later today and finally the approach of a cold front this evening. Houstonist
  • At evening viewings, comfortable cushions and blankets are placed on the lounge chairs.
  • The rain will continue into the evening.
  • I spent the evening with an old school friend.
  • During the evening meal at his family dwelling, Jonas hesitatingly asks his parents if they love him.
  • Many a pleasant evening the two spent there, talking of locomotive planished iron, wire nails, and turnbuckles, and the late lunch Miss Monon served beat the system's regular buffet service a city block. Laughing Bill Hyde and Other Stories
  • It was an evening in March -- cold, blustrous, dreary. Charlotte's Inheritance
  • Kevin stopped to buy the evening paper from a news vendor.
  • As I am aware that the jack hammers from the next block all last summer were intrusive and you know darn well the birds that roosted in the abandoned former furniture factory trees this past year nearly drove me out of my mind - before I decided to set off cohetes during the day and early evening to run them off, which worked, but drives your dogs crazy for which I am very sorry. sound ordinance in ajijic?
  • The rest of the evening passed away in a haze of confusion.
  • Someone from reception gets the resuscitation kit and calls the other two doctors consulting that evening.
  • The comet was the talk, especially in the evening, of the world, as it was taken to forerun disasters. The Lincoln Story Book
  • We are averaging 2.5 gigabits per second being pulled off the Internet, peaking at 5 gigs in the evening.
  • Professing not to know that his nubile young companion on one particularly debauched evening was a call girl is even worse than knowing, and then trying to brazen your way out of it.
  • There's a different menu for each evening, the recipes for which could be found in any basic cookbook: leg of lamb, chicken cacciatore, pasta trio, roast beef, or stuffed cabbage.
  • I introduced the son and heir to sudoku on a train the other evening.
  • Instead, he could answer in a funny, light-hearted way, setting an upbeat tone for the evening.
  • In addition to evenings filled with hayrides, games, and camp stories and songs, students and their teachers listened to stories about Pennsylvania stations on the Underground Railroad.
  • ” We had no idea why Zelda wanted to spend her evenings, which could obviously be spent in snazzier locales, with us. Excerpt: Love Stories in This Town by Amanda Eyre Ward
  • Watching the sun set over an ocean horizon on a clear evening will be a good start, as you will have an uninterrupted view through clear unpolluted air.
  • Do you fancy going out this evening?
  • The majority of species are active in the late evening or in the darkness of the night, and sphingids were assumed to use olfaction rather than vision to find and recognise flowers.
  • He often summons the image of a bridge, as he does here in his perhaps most definitive passage about the Overman: There it was too that I picked up the word "overman" by the way, and that man is something that must be overcome-that man is a bridge and no end: proclaiming himself blessed in view of his noon and evening, as the way to new dawns-Zarathustra's word of the great noon, and whatever else I hung up over man like the last crimson light of evening. Archive 2005-10-01
  • The thought of a cold classroom on an autumn evening is the last thing she probably wants!
  • Finally, that evening, both drivers were called to account but both continued to deny having ever seen it, and, after the passage of time, neither could be positively identified as the recipient.
  • The show follows the traditional plot of the fairytale story but with plenty of comedy and slapstick to keep the crowds entertained for both evening and matinee performances.
  • A party of itinerants travelling in around 24 vehicles arrived at the factory on Sunday evening.
  • He didn't know he'd won when he sat down to dinner on Tuesday, but he spent the evening cannily trying to divine the result from the way the cameras were positioning themselves.
  • Michael furiously takes down all the witty sallies and asides, converting the evening into his next play.
  • On the other hand, liking her a lot after spending an evening alternating between trying to save her life, kill her, and turn her mind over to an evil demigoddess, is Prince Tarvek, descendant of the fabled Storm King. Archive 2009-01-01
  • He spent the afternoon in a deck-chair, with closed eyes, dozing brokenly most of the time, and in the evening went early to bed. Chapter 46
  • An evening meal began promisingly with a bruschetta topped with chopped spinach, sun-dried tomatoes, pesto and feta cheese.
  • In the intervals between them endless open carriages moved along, lined with white, filled with white dominos, drawn by horses all protected and covered with white cotton robes, against the whiter 'confetti' -- everyone fighting mock battles with everyone else, till it seemed impossible that anything could be left to throw, and the long perspective of the narrow street grew dim between the high palaces, and misty and purple in the evening light. Ave Roma Immortalis, Vol. 1 Studies from the Chronicles of Rome
  • Looking out over to the west this evening I watched the cloudscape lighting up in the distance, reflecting an electrical storm too far away to see.
  • I'm off to Paris tomorrow evening for a meeting on Thursday morning and I really didn't relish the thought of taking my battered boots along with me.
  • Try pin-tucking fabric, or couching down decorative threads, embroider by hand or by machine on the fronts, or even try beading an evening vest.
  • I never even got to sing, having lost my voice early on in the evening.
  • Expect English National Ballet's technically brilliant dancing to bring an evening of pure pleasure.
  • Michigan earlier this week raised the prospect of staging a so-called firehouse caucus at which voters cast ballots during the course of a day rather than gathering at a town-hall meeting in the evening, as most caucuses do. Private Funds Could
  • Young guys and gals in sparkling evening wear added a dash of charm.
  • Efforts are currently being made to re-form the Tennis Club in the village and any adults who are interested in tennis or in helping out at the Tennis Evenings are very welcome.
  • Enjoy your evening of fine food, fine wine, and a floorshow featuring the universe as we know it boiling away into the cosmic void. Apocalypse? 6-6-06 Coming Right UP!
  • The film opens on a small evening party: four individuals dancing, swaying, laughing disconnectedly.
  • His acceptance speech, made on the following evening, was well delivered but generally perceived as lacking in detail.
  • NBC is airing shows on Thursday evenings with non-standard start times and lengths.
  • She's a regular attender at evening classes.
  • That evening we dined at a mountain restaurant at Sunegga which can be reached only after a steep ride in a funicular.
  • I also want to bogart some of the many Red Eyes gig posters left over from evenings past, the better to decorate my home and office.
  • Some were attired in figure-hugging minis, some were dressed in sparkling evening wear and a few in casuals.
  • ‘Well, the evening began at the gentleman's club, where we were discussing Wittgenstein over a game of backgammon.’
  • Now it appears Daniel's was not an isolated case as five other parents have contacted the Bolton Evening News saying their children are in the same position.
  • Astrid Stawiarz for The Wall Street Journal Chef Jacques Pepin "Ace of Cakes" star Duff Goldman, who created the five-foot cake for the evening, stood out among the black-tie attired guests in jeans, a T-shirt and a leather jacket. Raising a Toast to Culinary Masters
  • Conversation with friends soon passes an evening away.
  • Some evenings he chose to dine with the other dons and professors at high table in college.
  • Make the time at the end of the work-day when you first see one another extra special by giving each other a 10 second hug and kiss. You will both feel more deeply connected throughout the evening.
  • Speaking to the Evening Press, the woman, who comes from the Malton area, said the attack had left her feeling physically sick with worry as she has to walk the same route every day.
  • Many items came complete with copper food warmers, and the entire evening was one of indulgence (and overindulgence at times).
  • Sleep the evening when turning over, what reason the pit of the stomach aches?
  • The evening begins with champagne and includes a four-course banquet, unlimited drinks and entertainment from minstrels, jesters and fire-eaters.
  • And I thought we were going to sit calmly discussing strategy for the evening ahead.
  • The main focus of interest at the fashion show was Christian Lacroix's outrageous evening wear.
  • That evening Sadhana was just setting the food on the table, the parathas and savory brinjal and potato fry, the dhal with pumpkin, the broccoli cooked Indian-style like cauliflower, with turmeric, onions, and ginger, which Ashish acutely disliked but which she knew was good for him, when the phone rang. For the Sake of the Boy
  • As another old-time guide told me over an evening pint, "You can call me 'Hey, you," or you can call me 'sport,' or you can call me a guide, but don't you nay call me (expletive deleted) 'ghillie'". When Irish Flies Are Smiling
  • The front garden is laid out in gravel, while the large lawn to the rear provides an evening suntrap.
  • Tourists are beginning to go there, as it is a convenient point to remain if one wishes to visit Port Arthur, which is a long day's excursion, leaving early in the morning and returning on an evening train. Travels in the Far East
  • Then the movement and the chill evening air seemed to restore her usual briskness, and she proceeded to describe to the children the exact situation of the "appartement" which she and Adolphe would occupy on their return to Paris, and make many brilliant plans for the future. Susan A Story for Children
  • The evening is being catered by Tom's Snacks, who recently restocked the vending machines.
  • Still, Fed officials agreed on the emergency move during a videoconference call convened hastily Monday evening by Mr. Bernanke. Fed Rate Cut Halts Market Free Fall,
  • The current style in evening wear is soft, romantic and feminine.
  • on that evening I thought Michael's hair was more of a mess than ever and I detested the way he underlined the mess by sporting sideboards. ABSOLUTE TRUTHS
  • After vespers, that is to say half-past seven in the evening, the police regulations prohibit any woman from appearing in the streets dressed in the saya. Travels in Peru, on the Coast, in the Sierra, Across the Cordilleras and the Andes, into the Primeval Forests
  • An evening at the Magpie and Crown in Brentford was certainly lively, intellectually stimulating and at times hysterically funny; and I think their cask-conditioned scrumpy is probably at least twice the advertised strength... A busy weekend...
  • As diners savoured their delicious Chocolate marquise and sipped their coffee and tea, the ballroom's lights dimmed and the audience stilled as the evening's program began.
  • It is there to deliver us, for an evening and evermore.
  • Morning prayer, known as matins, and evening prayer, known as vespers or evensong, are most common.
  • If you're only eating a chocolate bar for lunch, you need a good square meal in the evening.
  • The evening is an absorbing night out and one not to be lightly ignored.
  • The striking features of Negro evening dress consisted in astonishing turbans with marabou feathers, into which add accessories of squib shape and other forms were inserted. A Renegade History of the United States
  • And at eight o'clock in the evening, every single one of those eateries is closed. Just Back from the Emerald City
  • The theatrical elements are, by far, the clumsiest of the evening. Times, Sunday Times

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