nightlong nightlong


  • (adj) lasting, open, or operating through the whole night



  1. Shes regularly subjected to nightlong interrogations by police.
  2. Flights of new leaders poured into Cairo for tear-stained embraces with Nasser and nightlong conferences on the future course of that misty concept called Arab unity.
  3. And their generals did not take advantage of the Alliance's nightlong pause in Qarabagh to attempt a counterattack.


  • EVENT PREVIEW: Relay for Life June 21

    Relay for Life, the annual, nightlong walk dedicated to celebrating the survivors of cancer, remembering those who lost their lives to the battle, and fighting back is on June 21.
    on June 16, 2013     Source: Hopkinton Crier

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