|during the night||nocturnally|
|(archaic) shirt that soldiers wear over their uniform as to be able to recognize one another during a night attack; surprise military attack carried out at night by soldiers wearing "camisados", surprise attack||camisado|
|(Informal) night; period of time between sunset and sunrise; darkness; end of the evening||nite|
|(Medicine) involuntary urination (especially at night while sleeping), bed-wetting||enuresis|
|(Nautical) any of the two late watch periods on a ship (first from 4 to 6 p.m., the second from 6 to 8 p.m.); any night shift (Informal), watch period on ship||dogwatch|
|(Slang) went to sleep (Example: "After working the night shift, I fell out")||fell out|
|absconding debtor, dubious or shaky business, ephemeral, fly-by-night, fly-by-nighter, unscrupulous in business||fly-by-night|
|absence of daylight, darken, dim, period after day but before night, state between light and darkness, twilight, nightfall||dusk|
|active at night, daily period of darkness, dark or darkened state, evening devoted to special activity, goodnight, nightfall, occurring at night, of the period of time between sunset and sunrise; of night; pertaining to the end of the evening, period o...||night|
|active at night, diurnal, early morning prayers//nocturnal, flowering at night||nocturn|
|adjusted for night vision||dark-adapted|
|affair lasting one night, one-night performance||one-night stand|
|after an expected time, after the usual or expected time, tardily; recently; far into the night; far on in time; formerly, after the usual time, beyond the usual time, coming or occurring after the usual or expected time, tardy, slow, delayed; newest, ...||late|
|amplitude modulation; broadcasting through variations in the width of the radio wave (Electricity), anno mundi, ante meridiem; morning, time before noon; hours between midnight and noon; nickname for a morning newspaper (distributed very late at night)...||AM|
|annual celebration with bonfires, Guy Fawkes Night||Bonfire Night|
|appear larger each night, become something stated, beeswax, earwax, increase, made of wax; resembling wax, naturally-occurring greasy substance, polish something with wax, preparation for polishing, record, remove hair with wax, resinous mixture used i...||wax|
|applejack, brace on mast, coat of armor of Middle Ages, device for lifting something heavy, device that turns spit, electrical socket, flag on a ship, hunt at night with light||jack|
|at night, every night, during the night||nights|
|back shift, shift between day and night shifts, workers on a swing shift||swing shift|
|be dead, be in a state of sleep, fall asleep, slumber; enter into or be in a state that resembles sleep; be inattentive, be inactive; accommodate, provide with a place to sleep; be in the repose of death, change position at night, mucus in eyes, nyctit...||sleep|
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