[ UK /nˈa‍ɪtta‍ɪm/ ]
[ US /ˈnaɪtˌtaɪm/ ]
  1. the time after sunset and before sunrise while it is dark outside
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How To Use nighttime In A Sentence

  • For those who like to roll and rock, an 8,000-square-foot roller-skating rink, complete with nighttime deejays and "old-school" wheeled rental skates, is opening next week beneath the northernmost open end of the High Line. High Line on a Roll
  • Looking like film noir stills, these photographs were nighttime shots of the actual sites where the fateful encounters between police and civilians occurred.
  • That nighttime trip had wounded his pride and bruised his ego.
  • Commercial and private sea craft were plentiful nearer the coast and the boardwalk at the beaches was lit up for nighttime visitors.
  • Im a nighttime showerer, always have been, as mom always let as get as deep south dirty as we could get and then sent us into sleep ivory clean and pink faced everynight no matter how we resisted. I-claudius Diary Entry
  • The nighttime pilot must deal with all the visual challenges common in daylight, compounded with a whole new set of challenges resulting from darkness.
  • Like most wrasses, they surround themselves with a mucus layer to cover their scent while they sleep, avoiding discovery by a nighttime predator.
  • Lyrically poetic and understated, this album has a churchly feel that makes for perfect nighttime chillout music.
  • In the nighttime version, by contrast, violent white lines cross the image in all directions, obfuscating a washed-out bed of flowers reduced to a symbolic recollection of its previous likeness.
  • With the Mariners and Yankees on satellite television every morning, the ratings for nighttime telecasts plummeted.
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