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night school

noun
1.
a school held in the evening, especially for working adults and others who are unable to attend school during the day.
Also called evening school.
Origin
1520-1530
1520-30
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Examples for night school
  • Literature cannot yield the same fruit in a night school that it yields in a college.
  • My father had to take the car because he went straight from work to night school.
  • Consumers can't afford to remodel their homes so they go to night school for another degree.
  • And they left the favelas in search for modest but decent housing, as well as access to night school.
  • His meager wage helps feed his eight siblings and covers his supplies for night school.
  • He is especially impressive in a pinochle game and also in the night school episodes.
  • Delores first works as a domestic, goes to night school, and then lands a job in an office.
  • Upon his return, he attended night school and started working in the construction industry.
  • Later he attended night school while working in the salt furnace.
British Dictionary definitions for night school

night school

noun
1.
an educational institution that holds classes in the evening for those who are not free during the day
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
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