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synonyms for nighttime

  • bedtime
  • dusk
  • midnight
  • night
  • nightfall
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Take your daytime meds, and with the red marker, draw a smiley face, but place them in another cabinet, separate from the nighttime meds.
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He worked seven days a week, including holidays, and took a one-upmanship approach with legal opponents by scheduling nighttime meetings on Christmas Eve or the Fourth of July.
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You can also clip it to your rear-facing camera, for capturing delicious meals or nighttime pics, or around your laptop’s built-in camera.
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However, a nighttime curfew will still apply, restaurants will have to remain shut until January 20, and there is as yet no planned reopening date for bars.
CHRISTMAS ASIDE, GERMANY PREPARES FOR A LONG, LOCKED-DOWN WINTERDAVID MEYERNOVEMBER 26, 2020FORTUNE
Most counties in California began a nighttime curfew and Los Angeles County, the state’s largest with around 10 million people, may face stricter lockdowns this week with cases and hospitalizations soaring.
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Less than a month later, as cases continued to rise, the restrictions were extended across the entire state, Melbourne was placed under a nighttime curfew, schools were closed and large parts of retail, manufacturing and hospitality were shut down.
A CITY OFFERS HARSH LESSONS AFTER EMERGING FROM ONE OF THE WORLD’S LONGEST LOCKDOWNSCLAIRE ZILLMAN, REPORTEROCTOBER 28, 2020FORTUNE
Germany has just seen a record daily increase in new cases—6,638 reported on Thursday—while France is introducing new nighttime curfews for the next four weeks, and the British government is about to introduce tough restrictions in London, too.
AS COVID-19 NUMBERS BOOM AND MARKETS TANK, EUROPE’S LEADERS URGE VACCINE COORDINATIONDAVID MEYEROCTOBER 15, 2020FORTUNE
So I followed my wrist straight to a nighttime security camera, which is surrounded with infrared LED.
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With the addition of a puffy, I was plenty warm for nighttime walks around the nearby alpine lake.
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I scouted round a little, and soon found that, at nighttime, there were but one man and a woman about the place.
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WORDS RELATED TO NIGHTTIME

  • caliginosity
  • darkness
  • dead of night
  • dimness
  • dusk
  • duskiness
  • evening
  • gloom
  • midnight
  • murk
  • murkiness
  • night
  • nightfall
  • nighttime
  • obscurity
  • opacity
  • semidarkness
  • shade
  • shadows
  • twilight
  • witching hour
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