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Definition of "nighted" []

  • Darkened, cloaked in or surrounded by darkness, dark (adjective)
  • Dark; clouded (adjective)

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  • Overtaken by night; belated (adjective)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of night. (verb)

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Use "nighted" in a sentence
  • "Since then I have had additional hard drive problems while in Seattle, and they over-nighted me a new hard drive with most of my software preloaded thereon."
  • "To makes a long story short, they over-nighted me a new hard drive, which I installed which didn't work either, so they insisted that I send the laptop back to them, they send it back agreeing that the hard drive didn't work and then from another office, I was over-nighted another hard drive, this one with all of the software, that I had originally ordered already loaded."
  • "Directly overhead, along the nighted axis, the hologram sky glittered with fanciful constellations suggesting playing cards, the faces of dice, a top hat, a martini glass."