Did you possibly mean tonight?
- to- + night (Wiktionary)
“And to-night -- if you'll just stay over _to-night_, Uncle Cliff, I'll try to spare you to-morrow.”
“You see, I promised her Grace that I would send a book to her room to-night -- _to-night_.”
“I have been popping corn to-night, which is only a more rapid blossoming of the seed under a greater than July heat.”
“As how 'e was thinkin' Sandel ud do ye to-night, an 'as how yer score was comfortable big as it was.”
“It has been truly said that a little learning is a dangerous thing, and you have exemplified it to-night with your madcap theories.”
“And on this count you cannot answer me here to-night, face to face, any more than can your whole class answer the million and a half of revolutionists in the United States.”
“St. Vincent, you had better bring your blankets up and sleep here to-night.”
“I hope Lorenzo has better luck with the dynamo; without the fans there won't be much sleeping to-night if we're driven below.”
““Well, Juliet, I will lie with thee to-night,” Romeo says of his Juliet, before he stabs himself.”
“I don't know anything about who the man was who shot me to-night.”
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