from The Century Dictionary.
- Of or pertaining to night.
- noun A night-gown or night-dress: originally a child's word.
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- noun Alternative spelling of
- noun childish
Good nightAbbreviation of nighty night..
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June 25th, 2006 at 8: 15 pm freeman says: and I believe the mighty nighty is a jewish soccer mom if I recall correctly and I don’t see how that bares on the conversation!
Hope your travels have been pleasant. 'nighty 'night
She sat in her "nighty" amidst the wonders, books, and playthings in a circle about her, and the biggest doll of all hugged close in her arms.
The "nighty" was, perforce, absent, much to the sorrow of Ann; but the witchery of the glorious voice entered again into the woman's soul, and, indeed, sent the entire congregation home in an awed silence that was the height of admiring homage.
As he talked, the "nighty" that was not, and must be, weighed upon his mind as heavily as though it were a coat of mail instead of the gossamer creation he imagined.
"You can't create a 'nighty' or call it from the vasty deep."
Angela told Nick the tale of the mysterious apparition of a beauteous "nighty," and wondered how she could ever have felt unhappy, or depressingly grown up.
A faint fragrance of roses haunted the mysterious "nighty," filled the room, and mingled with Angela's dreams.
The deception lasted until round No 5, when It was nighty nighty for Sweet Dreams after some stout resistance when he ran on to one big punch too many.
Thanks for the birthday wishes, all, brushing teeth and nighty nite …!