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You've been married thirteen years, and I suppose Lyster has always been what he calls an all-nighter.
ANCESTORSGERTRUDE ATHERTON
A Frenchman followed them, pale and elaborate, a "one-nighter," as Amedeo instantly decided in his mind.
IN THE WILDERNESSROBERT HICHENS
The stage claimed a great part of my attention about this time, and I became an inveterate "first-nighter" in my holidays.
I was on the Long Branch boat the other day and met a well-known Empire first-nighter.
CHARLES FROHMAN: MANAGER AND MANISAAC FREDERICK MARCOSSON AND DANIEL FROHMAN
And in point of fact he had, I think, lost the true spirit of the second-nighter, and came rather to be seen than to see.
SEVEN MENMAX BEERBOHM
I should have known anywhere, by the visionary look in his eyes, that Brown was a confirmed second-nighter.
SEVEN MENMAX BEERBOHM
She dresses la mode, she is an habitue of the smart restaurants, an inveterate first-nighter.
She was as wise to the trade tricks as is a New York first nighter.
He was not a "first-nighter," but dropped in to see a new piece whenever he wanted copy for his feuilleton.
Lady Prattler (a confirmed first-nighter, to actor-manager).
ENGLISH SOCIETYGEORGE DU MAURIER

WORD OF THE DAY

propinquitynoun | [proh-ping-kwi-tee ]SEE DEFINITION
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