late-night

[leyt-nahyt]
adjective
of or occurring late at night: a late-night TV talk show.

Origin:
1880–85

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Custard-cookie sandwiches are perfect for late-night snacking.
There are wildlife cops who go undercover to ferret out smuggling rings and
  conduct late-night chases to track down poachers.
We've all heard scantily clad spokespeople make bogus claims about instant
  weight-loss supplements on late-night television.
Our courtship was conducted face to face or through late-night telephone
  conversation.
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