from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Lasting through the night.
- adv. Through the night; all night.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Lasting a night (i.e. the duration of one night); lasting all night.
- adv. Through the night.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Lasting all night.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Lasting a night.
- Through the night.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. lasting, open, or operating through the whole night
Pirates who frequented the port cities brought with them a way of life that embraced wild dances, nightlong parties, racial integration, and homosexuality.
*** World-Wide Pakistani security forces ended a nightlong Taliban siege of a Karachi air base that left 10 dead.
Pakistani security forces ended a nightlong Taliban siege of an air base that left at least 10 dead.
It took hundreds of Pakistani navy commandos, marines and paramilitary soldiers, fighting a nightlong gunbattle, to end a siege by a small group of Taliban militants at an air base in the country's largest city Monday, exposing nuclear-armed Pakistan's inability to protect even its most heavily guarded areas from terrorist attacks.
The march his haunt--Beowulf, lines 102-103 ... walked nightlong
It later emerged that the pastor, who is married with one child, had spent the previous night with a member of his congregation after lying to his wife that he was attending nightlong prayers popularly known as kesha in the town and would, therefore, be away from home.
In Kashugo, the 112th FARDC Brigade completely looted the town and fired into the air the whole nightlong.
The tragic story emerged throughout our nightlong conversation.
By the way, Epluribus, if you think that any distinction based upon age — regardless of whether or not age is actually a relevant criterion — is silly, I can keep throwing counterexamples at you all nightlong.
After the nightlong feasting, it is no wonder that New Year's Day is possibly the quietest day of the year in most Mexican towns and cities, with businesses closed and everyone at home recovering from the huge meal.