evenings


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evenings

(ˈiːvnɪŋz)
adv
informal in the evening, esp regularly

eve•nings

(ˈiv nɪŋz)

adv.
in or during the evening regularly: She worked days and studied evenings.
[1865–80]
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Such plays and tableaux, such sleigh rides and skating frolics, such pleasant evenings in the old parlor, and now and then such gay little parties at the great house.
George Willard was the re- porter on the Winesburg Eagle and sometimes in the evenings he walked out along the highway to Wing Biddlebaum's house.
We had jolly evenings at the Harlings' when the father was away.
Certain evenings during the week she and her husband attended the opera or sometimes the play.
Another of his sources of fearful pleasure was to pass long winter evenings with the old Dutch wives, as they sat spinning by the fire, with a row of apples roasting and spluttering along the hearth, and listen to their marvellous tales of ghosts and goblins, and haunted fields, and haunted brooks, and haunted bridges, and haunted houses, and particularly of the headless horseman, or Galloping Hessian of the Hollow, as they sometimes called him.
It made him irrevocably a family man; it killed the last lingering impulse that he might have had to go out in the evenings and sit and talk with the men in the saloons.
and then to come out here evenings and read his lessons to us,--it's mighty interestin'
When we reflected that this was not a solitary phenomenon, never to happen again, but that it would happen forever and ever, an infinite number of evenings, and cheer and reassure the latest child that walked there, it was more glorious still.
So he used to wander to the neighborhood of the Lei, evenings, with his Zither and "Express his Longing in low Singing," as Garnham says.
It'll be good fancy work for you, Rebecca; for your aunt Miranda won't like to see you always reading in the long winter evenings.
He had ordered her not to go out evenings, and warned her that she must never let him catch her in com- pany with a young man, who was paying attention to her belonging to Colonel Lloyd.
Weston's disposition and circumstances, which would make the approaching season no hindrance to their spending half the evenings in the week together.