American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. See nightclub.
- n. An establishment that is open late at night, especially one that provides entertainment, such as a nightclub
- n. a spot that is open late at night and that provides entertainment (as singers or dancers) as well as dancing and food and drink
“Since much of the evidence comes from plays and ballads, the tavern or nightspot is essentially a place contingent on literature, and on vernacular poetry in particular, for its specific qualities and its enduring substance.”
“On another front, personally the wife and I enjoy dancing considerably and this being the case we know when we go to a certain nightspot and occupy a table, the waitpersons tips depend on quick table transition.”
“In Manchester, 56 offences occurred on or near Piccadilly Gardens in December, while in Liverpool 52 offences were committed close to the popular nightspot of Concert Square.”
“He was photographed sipping vodka at a Philly nightspot, which drew some verbal paddling from mentor Tony Dungy.”
“Following the trail of a shadow syndicate known as Chaeyi, del Toro arrives at the doorstep of a nightspot known as the Genosha Club.”
“At one popular nightspot, William and a nearly naked blonde were sharing an intimate moment when one of his royal protection officers spotted a security camera recording the entire episode.”
“Ye olde deceptively level nightspot stairs are my arch nemesis after a few fizzy drinks.”
“Maureen Coughlin, waitress in a Staten Island nightspot, sees something after her late shift that she oughtn't: a state-senatorial candidate named Frank Sebastian being sexually serviced by her friend Dennis, the bar manager.”
“The savvy sons of Lettuce Entertain You Chairman Rich Melman, Jerrod and R.J. have yet another hit on their hands with a dining/nightspot taking New York's iconic Pastis to the next level.”
“Richards, 20, is an up-and-coming star of the Premiership nightspot scene, and has so far been awarded 11 drinking-caps for his country.”
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