Definition of weeknight
: a weekday night
Examples of weeknight in a Sentence
The news is on every weeknight at 10 p.m.
Her parents don't want her to be out that late on a weeknight.
Recent Examples of weeknight from the Web
Here are 12 lower-carb pizza recipes that are perfect for a weeknight dinner or a Saturday afternoon date with your couch and your DVR.
Games are played weeknights, primarily in Loudoun and Fairfax counties.
After quickly becoming a weeknight Huntsville musical must-do, the Dave Anderson & Friends Tuesday Night Jams weekly show at The Kiln went on hiatus.
The first teams of teachers will begin canvassing the neighborhoods around their schools on weeknights from 4 to 8 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Forty people have been hired to recruit students.
SofaSpud (online commenter) Time for a test The city should host a test event at KeyArena at 7 p.m. on a weeknight that includes entertainment, free refreshments and hot dogs to attract 18,000 future Sonics and NHL fans.
A few weeks ago, the Dave and Friends jam, which quickly became a good weeknight draw at The Kiln, pushed pause but returns June 27.
Plus, Evans says vino is a big part of her weeknight wind-down with her husband of nine years, Jay Barker.
But on weeknights at 11, the turf field at the center of campus transforms into something like a model United Nations.
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