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  • s  overtaken by night or darkness
    benighted (or nighted) travelers hurrying toward home

  • This summer, be nighted at a Tirolean inn, Yella Pessl met Karl Maendler.
  • They danced to Leo Reisman's orchestra at the Central Park Casino, munched hot dogs to the smack of Babe Ruth's home runs at Yankee Stadium, first-nighted the boom-time musicals .
  • Many who witnessed the cast of his nighted colour in Manhattan last week had no difficulty in understanding Gielgud's popularity in the role.
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  • Crews continue to work on Mountain Fire
    Fire crews continued to improve fire-line and mop-up hot spots in the interior of the Mountain Fire area on Sunday, authorities said. Six crews have over-nighted for several days in remote areas in order to advance the work, the U.S. Forest Service said.
    July 29, 2013 - San Bernardino Sun

  • Clark Ashton Smith in Washington Post
    In his letters, Smith writes with a surprisingly businesslike plainness, except when he mocks his own arch style, usually in letters to Lovecraft, with solemn headers like "From the audience-room of the throned worm, in the nighted Kingdom of...

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