Definition of Nighttimes

1. Noun. (plural of nighttime) ¹



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Definition of Nighttimes

1. nighttime [n] - See also: nighttime

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nighttimes

nightsides
nightsoil
nightspot
nightspots
nightstand
nightstands
nightstick
nightstick fracture
nightsticks
nightstool
nightsuit
nightsuits
nighttide
nighttides
nighttime
nighttimes (current term)
nightwalker
nightwalkers
nightward
nightwear
nightwears
nightwork
nighty
nighty-night
nighty night
nighwhat

Literary usage of Nighttimes

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Shakespeare's Ovid: Being Arthur Golding's Translation of the Metamorphoses by Ovid, Arthur Golding, William Henry Denham Rouse (1904)
"It was the time that wives of Thrace were wont to celebrate The three yeare rites of Bacchus which were done a nighttimes late. A nighttimes giving up hir ..."

2. Macbeth by William Shakespeare, Horace Howard Furness (1873)
"... nighttimes they ride abroad with Diana, the goddess of the Pagans,' &c.—Their dame or chief leader seems always to have been an old Pagan, ..."

3. The English Illustrated Magazine (1899)
"So yer see, that's why I creeps roun' ter the side gate wiv this puty fing—on er "and-cart—about nighttimes." " Perhaps," said his impatient hearer- more ..."

4. The Midland by Frank Luther Mott, John Towner Frederick (1918)
"Daytimes I'd putter 'round and go fishing, mebbe, and nighttimes I'd read the county paper or play on my flute — Lucindy never would let me play on it — and ..."

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