from The Century Dictionary.
- Having no night: as, the nightless period in the arctic regions.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Having no night.
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- adjective Without
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Ilulissat Icefjord is located above the Arctic Circle, and has sunless winters and nightless summers only two to three months long.
Hunger said louder than her watch what a time had passed while the sun brooded nightless.
An 'ye were like the morning sun, an' life a nightless day?
Here and there in the Economia embarkation camp those days and nightless nights in early June many a secret conclave of doughboys was held to devise ways and means of getting their Russian mascots aboard ship.
They show us in part that state in which we shall be when we shall rise up renewed on that great and universal morning of the nightless day of resurrection, or when we shall rid ourselves of this mortal body.
Probably many of the craft have wasted a good deal of the last few first-nightless weeks in the trying task of reading plays, not the printed plays by dramatists of reputation, but the manuscripts with which we, or some of us, are flooded.
Gudruda sat on high in the bride's seat, asking wisdom of the piled-up dead, while the cold blue shadows of the nightless night gathered over her and them -- gathered, and waned, and grew at last to the glare of day.
He, to match her, spoke of Iceland, its pale, nightless summers and sun that never set.
And the day when death should be dead, and the new sun's nightless birth.