Crossword Clues for NIGHT

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Clue Source Date
Dark period — imminent source of trouble The Times Cryptic 06 Jun 2022
Dark time Thomas Joseph 18 Apr 2022
''Tender is the ...'' (F Scott Fitzgerald)| Irish Times Simplex 12 Apr 2022
Darkest hours Newsday 01 Apr 2022
Approaching Turkish capital in darkness The Guardian Cryptic 30 Mar 2022
This will be dark horse ousting leader The Times Cryptic 29 Mar 2022
Period from dusk to dawn USA Today 30 Jan 2022
Time of darkness The Times Concise 15 Jan 2022
When repeated, call to someone going to bed New York Times 14 Jan 2022
End of the day The Times Concise 06 Jan 2022
Dark period man on board reported The Times Cryptic 24 Nov 2021
Evening things out, removing wrinkles at last The Guardian Cryptic 29 Oct 2021
New lamp left off, producing hours of darkness The Telegraph Cryptic 17 Aug 2021
When to stargaze New York Times 26 Jul 2021
''Tender is the ...'' (F Scott Fitzgerald)| Irish Times Simplex 19 Jul 2021
Darkness close: closer in west The Sun Two Speed 08 Jun 2021
It never occurs above the Arctic Circle during the summer solstice New York Times 18 Apr 2021
With 55-Down, what happens multilingually in the circles Wall Street Journal 07 Apr 2021
Bedtime story time Newsday 28 Mar 2021
Dark period Newsday 14 Mar 2021
Darkness close: close to hobbit The Sun Two Speed 09 Feb 2021
Hours after sunset The Sun Two Speed 09 Feb 2021
Darkness The Telegraph Quick 04 Feb 2021
See 14 Across The Telegraph Toughie 25 Dec 2020
Darkness is terrible thing The Sun Two Speed 15 Nov 2020
Time accompanying near darkness The Telegraph Toughie 11 Nov 2020
Darkness The Times Concise 18 Oct 2020
King eludes one of his followers in darkness The Telegraph Cryptic 25 Sep 2020
Word 4 of a Christmas classic Canadiana 14 Sep 2020
Word 2 of a Christmasclassic Canadiana 14 Sep 2020
Time to retire, man-at-arms announced The Sun Two Speed 05 Sep 2020
Time for a fireworks show Universal 15 Aug 2020
Nearly time when The Sun sinks into obscurity The Telegraph Toughie 23 Apr 2020
Time of darkness The Times Concise 16 Mar 2020
Bats' prime time Newsday 27 Feb 2020
''Tender is the ...'' (F Scott Fitzgerald)| Irish Times Simplex 13 Feb 2020
Between sunset and sunrise Irish Times Simplex 04 Feb 2020
“I pass, like ____, from land to land; / I have strange power of speech” (Coleridge, in The Ancient Mariner) The Times Specialist Sunday 05 Jan 2020
Dracula's prime time Newsday 05 Jan 2020
Odd thing is - this is one for the stars Irish Times Crosaire 12 Dec 2019
When bats fly Newsday 12 Dec 2019
Dark time Wall Street Journal 05 Dec 2019
Man-at-arms announced time to retire The Telegraph Toughie 13 Nov 2019
Darkness close — closer in west The Sun Two Speed 05 Nov 2019
From dusk to dawn USA Today 24 Oct 2019
Odd thing is - this one for the stars? Irish Times Crosaire 03 Sep 2019
Man-at-arms announced: 'Time to retire' The Sun Two Speed 12 Aug 2019
One hears man-at-arms in darkness The Sun Two Speed 05 Aug 2019
Dark The Telegraph Quick 30 Jul 2019
''Twas the ... before Christmas'' Irish Times Simplex 13 Jul 2019
When bats fly USA Today 11 Jul 2019
Dark time The Times Concise 11 Jul 2019
Prelude to dawn Canadiana 10 Jun 2019
Darkness close: closer to hobbit The Sun Two Speed 08 May 2019
Sunset to sunrise The Times Concise 08 Apr 2019
Prime-time time New York Times 06 Feb 2019
Novel by Edna O'Brien, published in 1972 The Telegraph General Knowledge 14 Jan 2019
When bats fly
From dusk to dawn
Prime-time time
It gets dark Universal 25 Dec 2018
Hours of darkness The Telegraph Quick 11 Dec 2018
Dark time Thomas Joseph 31 Oct 2018
This still warm near end of August? The Sun Two Speed 11 Oct 2018
Darkness close — closer in east The Sun Two Speed 03 Oct 2018
''Twas the ... before Christmas, when all through the house / Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse'' Irish Times Simplex 08 Sep 2018
Man on board loses head in dark The Telegraph Cryptic 27 Jun 2018
Period after sunset Newsday 26 Jun 2018
'Burns' and 'Bonfire' can both precede this word The Times Specialist Sunday 11 Mar 2018
Dark near light, ultimately The Sun Two Speed 24 Jan 2018
Dark period The Sun Two Speed 24 Jan 2018
It gets dark
Dark period for titled fellow losing his 'K' The Telegraph Cryptic 30 Oct 2017
'Sweet dreams' New York Times 13 Oct 2017
Havers, perhaps missing the Spanish height in the dark The Telegraph Toughie 04 Jul 2017
With 9-Down, hit sitcom of the 1980s-'90s New York Times 18 Mar 2017
It falls daily but never breaks Universal 14 Mar 2017
Period of darkness The Guardian Quick 04 Mar 2017
Report of man that's stood by castle in dark period The Telegraph Cryptic 19 Jan 2017
With 9-Down, hit sitcom of the 1980s-'90s
It falls daily but never breaks
"Sweet dreams"
It's dark when headless horseman appears The Telegraph Toughie 13 Dec 2016
Probably time for bed, as first of girls ensnared by rakish revolutionary? The Telegraph Toughie 12 Oct 2016
The dark The Telegraph Quick 31 Aug 2016
Near base of minaret, in darkness The Telegraph Cryptic 09 Jul 2016
Weird thing, darkness The Telegraph Cryptic 29 Mar 2016
When one sees stars New York Times 28 Mar 2016
Dark front removed from piece The Times Cryptic 22 Feb 2016
Dancing reel this time could be lengthier The Telegraph Toughie 09 Feb 2016
Man on board losing head in the dark The Telegraph Cryptic 19 Jan 2016
Kind of cap and gown USA Today 12 Jan 2016
Time to see stars LA Times Daily 03 Jan 2016
Time to see stars
Kind of cap and gown
What's near end of 31st? The Telegraph Cryptic 31 Dec 2015
Hours of darkness, dreadful thing The Sun Two Speed 19 Dec 2015
Dusk to dawn Universal 21 Jul 2015
Busy time for bats New York Times 27 May 2015
Dark hours The Times Concise 24 Apr 2015
When most people retire USA Today 23 Apr 2015
Opposite pole to vision? Darkness The Telegraph Toughie 16 Apr 2015
Word that can precede either part of 17-, 25-, 38-, 54- and 63-Across New York Times 24 Mar 2015
Word that can precede either part of 17-, 25-, 38-, 54- and 63-Across
Unenlightened time
Busy time for bats
Dusk to dawn
When most people retire
Eve
Dracula's time
Like all World Series games, now
"'Twas the ___ before Christmas ..."
See 26-Across
Time for vampires
From dusk to dawn
When most dreams occur
"Mr. Saturday ___" (Billy Crystal film)
Time to retire
Graveyard-shift time
Brief remark upon retiring
Period after sunset
Dark time
Elie Wiesel work
It falls quite predictably
From dusk 'til dawn
Dark time
Elie Wiesel work
Time to retire
AC/DC "___ Prowler"
Dark hours
Comment to one who's retiring, informally
Dusk to dawn
Dracula's time
Day break?
Time for fireworks
Astronomer's prime time
"... and the darkness he called ___" (Gen 1:5)
Day break?
It falls but never breaks
Period of ignorance
Date time, often
Wiesel memoir
Time to retire
Dracula's favorite time
Time to sleep
When bats fly
Usual bedtime
When bats fly
Graveyard shift
Dracula's shift
Part of "SNL"
Star's time to shine?
Time to retire?
Wiesel work
Thing broken in time of darkness?
Wiesel work
Period of darkness
When most dreams occur
It falls quite predictably
Hay-hitting time
When to see stars
When to see stars
Kind of court or school
"What hath __ to do with sleep?": Milton
Dusk to dawn
Dusk-to-dawn period
"What hath __ to do with sleep?": Milton
Dracula's uptime
Dawn preceder
Dark period
Sack time
Day's opposite
Elie Wiesel work
Darkness
When many people retire
Period after 43 Down
Bedtime call, informally
It falls but never breaks
Dark time
Busy time for fireflies
"Saturday ___ Fever"
When most people retire
Stars' showcase?
Astronomer's prime time
Time of day
Stars' showcase?
Nyx's domain
"'Twas the ___ before Christmas..."
Dark period
"The __ of the Iguana"
Time for some shifts
End of a hard day
"Mr. Saturday ___ " (Crystal flick)
When cereuses bloom
After sunset
Astronomer's prime time
The ____ of the Iguana
Word before club or stick
Time in the dark
Evening
"O holy ____"
"S'long"
Nyx's realm
Word with cap and gown
"The ___ of the Iguana": Williams
This has "a thousand eyes"
Kind of club
"It Happened One ___"
"___ Must Fall," 1963 film
Rembrandt's "___ Watch"
Kind of mare
Kind of light
Kind of owl.
Darkness.
___ owl.
After sundown.
The dark.
First word of a Cole Porter song.
When Nox rules.
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