overnighter

noun
over·night·er | \ ˌō-vər-ˈnī-tər \

Definition of overnighter 

2 : an overnight trip

3 : a person who stays overnight

Examples of overnighter in a Sentence

He is on an overnighter. You should pack an overnighter. Overnighters will appreciate the area's fine hotels.
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From burly, larger-volume packs that can transition into overnighters to fast-and-light minimalist packs, there’s a daypack for you on this list. Graham Averill, Outside Online, "The Daypacks We Use for Hiking," 11 July 2018 The Travel 8-Step Regime from Oh K! is super convenient for overnighters, with one dose of body wash, shampoo, cleansing oil, facial foam, toning serum, lotion, moisturizer and a gold jelly mask in a slim set of detachable packets. Cara Kelly, USA TODAY, "Packing the ultimate weekender: Our favorite products for your carry-on or beach bag," 9 July 2018 Take a day trip to Resurrection or Kachemak Bay or an overnighter to Prince William Sound to observe whales, otters, sea lions, glaciers and towering peaks. Yoshina Okamoto, Anchorage Daily News, "Want to get off the beaten path in Alaska? Get on the water instead," 2 May 2018 My first overnighter in the middle of the African bush was in 2000, on a school trip to the Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Park in South Africa’s Kwazulu Natal. Mary Holland, Condé Nast Traveler, "Skybeds Let You Sleep Under the Stars on an African Safari," 24 Apr. 2018 At an overnighter earlier this month, a Madagascar snake named Julian, whose scales form a black and yellow patchwork with hints of green, was the star of the show. Allison Bagley, Houston Chronicle, "A night at the zoo is a wild experience," 21 Mar. 2018 Across the breezeway, a guest bedroom welcomes overnighters. Emily Young, latimes.com, "Venice duplex blends rustic Colorado touches with a clean, modern look," 26 Jan. 2018 But this dish, from Le Marche, in central Italy, required zero prep and had just as much flavor as — and way more texture than — my standard overnighters. Alexandria Mott, House Beautiful, "Chicken with Olives and Pine Nuts Recipe," 12 Jan. 2010 In the morning, overnighters receive another familial perk: $10 brunch. Andrea Sachs, The Denver Post, "On a visit to Scottsdale, mixing modern living with the wild West," 25 Apr. 2017

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First Known Use of overnighter

1949, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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overnighter

noun

English Language Learners Definition of overnighter

: an overnight trip

: a person who stays somewhere overnight

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