a night out

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a night out

An evening spent having an enjoyable time away from home, as in a restaurant, theater, bar, or other such locations. I never knew how much I would miss being able to have a night out once we had kids. Hey John, some people in the office are planning a night out this Friday. Would you like to join us?
See also: night, out
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The operation follows the recent deaths of students Luke Pearce and Sope Peters, whose bodies were found in the river fol -were found in the river following nights out.
She also confessed that she had three nights out with him since the reality show convinced her to shelve plans to rebuild her romance with husband Rhodri.
I'M guessing it's a safe bet that you've been invited to various dodgy Christmas nights out this week, or at the very least a mince pie and an ear bending round your aunt's.
Mr Williams, aged 45, was hospitalised but refused to let the assault put him off his job capturing people's nights outs, which he supplies for the Birmingham Mail's Out and About feature.
Rachel took the comment on the chin, despite her only dancing experience being on nights outs when she was a student, when the party song was the Jackson 5's I Want You Back.
The growing collection and a series of boozy nights outs have raised fears the mum of two is going off the rails.