from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A night of the week exclusive of Saturday and Sunday.
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- n. The evening of a weekday.
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- n. any night of the week except Saturday or Sunday
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And getting there on a weeknight is a real pain in the ass.
I am VERY cheap, but the year or so I get out of some shoes walking nearly 5 miles every weeknight is worth it.
Jean - it was a relaxing dish to make on a weeknight, that is for sure!
I could tell from the look that crossed between Aaron and Elam that in their minds, a caller arriving this late on a weeknight was a sure messenger of trouble.
When I’m too tired or lazy to make dinner on a weeknight, which is usually at least 3 nights a week, I think of you slaving away in your kitchen slaving away on your newest obsession.
She did say HBO is asking for better placement of fight spots on higher-rated networks during viewer-heavy dayparts, such as weeknight primetime, in return for a better split of fight revenue.
Slaves on most plantations held dances every Saturday night, but they also enjoyed themselves at impromptu weeknight gatherings and even on the day when fun was sacrilege.
Whether you're cooking for a huge crowd of extended family members on a holiday or whipping up a weeknight dinner for four, turkey will serve you well.
I work full time which makes going on a weeknight pretty hectic!
So there are a group of kids who come over every weeknight to take English lessons with our host brother.