weeknight

[ UK /wˈiːkna‍ɪt/ ]
NOUN
  1. any night of the week except Saturday or Sunday
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How To Use weeknight In A Sentence

  • We rarely go out, so weekends and weeknights feel the same. Times, Sunday Times
  • The Sunday and weeknight line-ups differ, but you're guaranteed at least an hour of entertaining viewing.
  • Jump in the lift, hit the top floor, run into my man Word Perfect, and there I am in the midst of a weeknight hiphop MC freestyle throwdown.
  • Pierre offers an Explore New Orleans package, available for $150 per night on weeknights, and $200 per night for weekend stays (excluding taxes).
  • There's a certain energy in sold-out houses, and an anarchic feeling so late on a weeknight, for an unadvertised event.
  • Cynthia worked the five weeknights, all day Saturday, and during Mass hours on Sunday.
  • He supposed she was there most nights… although he seldom came in on weeknights even during school vacations.
  • It is smart enough for entertaining, but just as suitable for a quick weeknight supper. Times, Sunday Times
  • With a green salad, a little wine, and ice cream sundaes, you can present a beautiful Sunday supper with little more work than it takes to turn out an ordinary weeknight meal.
  • The Sunday and weeknight lineups differ, but you're guaranteed at least an hour of entertaining viewing.
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