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nightly

[ nahyt-lee ]
/ ˈnaɪt li /
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adjective
coming or occurring each night: his nightly walk to the newsstand.
coming, occurring, appearing, or active at night: nightly revels.
of, relating to, or characteristic of night: the nightly gloom before a storm.
adverb
on every night: performances given nightly.
at or by night: an animal that is seen nightly.
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Origin of nightly

before 900; Middle English; Old English nihtlīc.See night, -ly
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British Dictionary definitions for nightly

nightly
/ (ˈnaɪtlɪ) /

adjective
happening or relating to each night
happening at night
adverb
at night or each night
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