from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adv. During the nighttime on every day or most days: She works nights at the restaurant.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. At night.
- adv. Every night.
- n. Plural form of night.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- At night; by night.
I spent my lunch hour at the Metrowalk Mall along Meralco Avenue, which on certain nights is the new hangout of choice by the twentysomethings because of its resto and bar mix, but is also the new home of the DVD pirates of vanished Virra Mall in Greenhills.
I notice that Wada has given me heavier underclothes and heavier pyjamas, and that Possum, of nights, is no longer content with the top of the bed but must crawl underneath the bed-clothes.
Louise , Bethan and Sara have supported Laura Marling and have appeared at the excellent Communion label nights at the Notting Hill Arts Club.
What they do with their spare time, like on Friday nights is a good one.
She came in nights and mornings when Father was so bad to do up the work and wouldn't take any pay for it.
While the cask might be the focus of the event, what's fun about cask nights is the social dimension.
I don't know what's going to happen on the road trip, but I know kind of how they view the goaltending situations and that three [games] in four nights is quite a bit.
-- G Josh Slater's ability to cram the stat sheet full most nights is amazing.
Nowadays, Will draws crowds at festivals and clubs across the world as well as at his residency at Birmingham's Rocknrolla and his own Simma label nights.
There's going to be certain nights when certain guys have big games.