yesternight

[yes-ter-nahyt]Archaic.
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noun

last night.

adverb

during last night.

Origin of yesternight

before 900; Middle English; Old English gystran niht. See yester-, night
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Examples from the Web for yesternight

Historical Examples of yesternight

  • Yesternight I learned that you lived, but I looked not for you here.

  • And yesternight, Cleopatra, thou didst swear that thou wouldst wed me, and call me to thy side before the face of Egypt!

    Cleopatra

    H. Rider Haggard

  • Was this resolution sudden, or did the Lady Sybilla know of it yesternight?

    The Black Douglas

    S. R. Crockett

  • When Claudio asks her: 'What man was he talked with yesternight out at your window betwixt twelve and one?'

  • I could suffer the lash of misery eleven months in the year, were the twelfth to be composed of hours like yesternight.