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Alcohol also increases your likelihood of a noisy night, so try to avoid a nightcap before bed.How to stop snoring and spread the gift of better sleep|empire|August 15, 2021|Popular-Science
In the nightcap, however, the chant was audible in the first half and grew more intense in the second.
In the nightcap, the Nats’ bullpen inherited a 2-1 lead with nine outs needed but imploded for a 6-2 loss.For the Nats to have hope, they need more from Soto, Strasburg and Corbin|Thomas M. Boswell|May 31, 2021|Washington Post
Hernandez, a 33-year-old rookie who defected from Cuba in 2015, pinch-hit in the nightcap.For Nationals’ replacement players, a rare and weird opportunity|Jesse Dougherty|April 8, 2021|Washington Post
Yet the nightcap provided an even more spot-on product as one of the season’s best bounce-back stories continued.College football winners and losers for Week 12: Northwestern on track for Big Ten title game|Patrick Stevens|November 22, 2020|Washington Post
That night, about a week before Thanksgiving, Salahi invited her to his hotel room for a nightcap.
Elaine was always happy to see me, although she didn't bother to hide her irritation when I'd come for a nightcap.
Mrs. Biggs opened her window cautiously, and thrust out her head, minus her false hair, and enveloped in a cotton nightcap.The Cromptons|Mary J. Holmes
Only first exchange that nightcap for some more appropriate covering, or we shall be taken for madmen.Oliver Twist, Vol. II (of 3)|Charles Dickens
When the guests are well emptied of theology, everyone takes his nightcap—the signal for breaking up.
The nightcap is generally the little whisky left in the decanter; to do it honour, it is taken neat.
He wore a nightcap with a tassel, and for days never left his room, occasionally appearing in a faded peacock-blue dressing-gown.The Woman Gives|Owen Johnson