Stuart then turned back in the direction of Chancellorsville, where nighthawk was to report to him, before daylight, if possible.
But there was nothing he could do now except to agree to Mr. nighthawk's proposal.
And now a memory was born within my brain: it was that of the cry of the nighthawk which had harbingered the death of Forsyth!
And at last Kiddie Katydid told him that it was Mr. nighthawk that he had heard.
And it drove every thought except one out of Mr. nighthawk's head.
The more he thought about Mr. nighthawk the more he wanted to meet him.
You are then determined to arrest your old comrade, nighthawk.
But it was Mr. nighthawk, making that odd, booming sound of his.
And not without reason, for nighthawk was as near perfection as anything in horse flesh of his size could be.
Kiddie had explained 94 to him how Mr. nighthawk caught his meals on the wing.
night person (first form 1846+, second 1868+)