night school

NOUN
  1. a school that holds classes in the evenings for students who cannot attend during the day
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How To Use night school In A Sentence

  • People can go out to work in the daylight hours and then come to night school in the evening.
  • A cotswold grandmother has spoken of her devastation following the decision to close the Alderman Knight School next year.
  • People can go out to work in the daylight hours and then come to night school in the evening.
  • People can go out to work in the daylight hours and then come to night school in the evening.
  • Perhaps it was with the hope of narrowing it that she yielded to his persuasions to go to night school and business college and to have herself gowned by a wonderful dressmaker who charged outrageous prices. Chapter 43
  • People can go out to work in the daylight hours and then come to night school in the evening.
  • I once did a florist course at night school and I like to make my own clothes and do interior design.
  • People can go out to work in the daylight hours and then come to night school in the evening.
  • Here I must admit that for bassoon reeds, a decade or so of advanced macram√© at night school is a sound investment.
  • People can go out to work in the daylight hours and then come to night school in the evening.
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