night-long

nightlong

[adj. nahyt-lawng, -long; adv. nahyt-lawng, -long]
adjective
1.
lasting all night: a nightlong snowfall.
adverb
2.
through the entire night: They typed nightlong to finish the reports.

Origin:
before 1000; Middle English; Old English nihtlang (adv.) for the space of a night. See night, long1

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nightlong (ˈnaɪtˌlɒŋ)
 
adj, —adv
throughout the night

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