evenings
adverb Date: 1652 in the evening repeatedly ; on any evening <
goes bowling evenings
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New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • evenings — [ēv′niŋz] adv. during every evening or most evenings …   English World dictionary

  • evenings — /eev ningz/, adv. in or during the evening regularly: She worked days and studied evenings. [1865 80] * * * …   Universalium

  • evenings — See afternoons. See afternoons, evenings, mornings …   Dictionary of problem words and expressions

  • evenings — adverb especially AmE during the evening: I m always at home evenings …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • evenings — eve•nings [[t]ˈiv nɪŋz[/t]] adv. in or during the evening regularly: She worked days and studied evenings[/ex] • Etymology: 1865–80 …   From formal English to slang

  • evenings — /ˈivnɪŋz/ (say eevningz) adverb Colloquial during or in the evening regularly: we used to visit her evenings and Saturdays …   Australian English dictionary

  • evenings — eve·ning || iːvnɪŋ n. period of time between afternoon and night adj. of the period of time between afternoon and night …   English contemporary dictionary

  • evenings — informal in the evening; every evening. → evening …   English new terms dictionary

  • evenings — eve·nings …   English syllables

  • evenings — In old English law, the delivery at evening or night of a certain portion of grass, or corn, etc., to a customary tenant, who performs the service of cutting, mowing, or reaping for his lord, given him as a gratuity or encouragement …   Black's law dictionary

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