All-night (adjective)

Lasting for the whole night.

Origin:

Formed by combining the words "all" and "night".

Examples:

  1. They had an all-night party on New Year's Eve.
  2. The all-night study session was grueling, but it paid off in the end.
  3. He decided to take an all-night bus ride to save money on a hotel.
  4. The all-night diner was always busy with late-night customers.
  5. We were at an all-night concert, and we didn't get home until the morning.
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