from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having happened or been made or gathered yesterday.
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We explored the ruined khan, in which were night-old traces of perhaps a hundred horse.
Here, this morning, the gray light of a winter dawn mingled with the dull flare of the hanging-lamp increasing the ghastliness of his appearance, sat Michael Gregoriev, in the stale bitterness of a night-old rage and mortification.
"Trust not the snow of spring-time, nor night-old ice;
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