spend the night with (someone)

idiom

1
: to sleep at someone's house
I'm going to spend the night with my sister before I start my trip.
2
: to have sex with someone and sleep with him or her
He spent the night with his girlfriend.

Examples of spend the night with (someone) in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Genevieve Redsten Inside a historic Walker's Point home, visitors can spend the night with Egyptian mummies. Journal Sentinel, 5 Apr. 2024 Rachel cried in his arms before Joey invited her to spend the night with him in the Fantasy Suite. Dana Rose Falcone, Peoplemag, 12 Mar. 2024 The man from Wollongong, New South Wales, was found to be lying in order to spend the night with another woman. Timothy H.j. Nerozzi Fox News, Fox News, 28 Sep. 2023 The day before she was stabbed and then shot, Christy drove to Daytona, to spend the night with Sherry. David Begnaud, CBS News, 26 June 2021 And yes, there will also be fantasy suites, where Turner will get the opportunity to spend the night with each of his top three finalists outside the view of prying cameras. Greg Braxton, Los Angeles Times, 31 Aug. 2023 In the story, a man borrows a young woman's arm and proceeds to spend the night with it. Gabe Hauari, USA TODAY, 5 July 2023 That also helped get rid of bugs that would otherwise spend the night with them. Marylou Tousignant, Washington Post, 30 May 2022 Should women in dire straits be forced to spend the night with men who identify as women? Ryan T. Anderson, WSJ, 16 Mar. 2021

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“Spend the night with (someone).” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/spend%20the%20night%20with%20%28someone%29. Accessed 23 May. 2024.

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