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Synonyms for tonight

the present or immediately coming night

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during the night of the present day

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This child's husband is in the settlement, and will be here tonight," said Simeon.
Father says Eliza's husband is in the last company, and will be here tonight.
I say, you're not putting off a party tonight, are you?
Tonight it seemed so free--so untamed--something broke loose in me, too, out of sympathy.
But I'm so glad we both came to the shore tonight and met each other.
If I thought she cared for me, I would go to her, right now, tonight, and pour out my heart to her, wife or no wife.
Although countless answers leaped to his wife's tongue she made none but the cryptic: "Well, it's no use to discuss it any more tonight.
If you are not agreeable I shall send a note to your commandant tonight that will end in the degradation that Dreyfus suffered--the only difference being that he did not deserve it.
Should I ever learn that you have again annoyed her or her husband--should you ever annoy me again--should I hear that you have returned to France or to any French posession, I shall make it my sole business to hunt you down and complete the choking I commenced tonight.
I know how much it is to ask of you--I know, for I have been in your place, I have lived your life, and there is no man before me here tonight who knows it better.
I am so happy tonight, because dear Lucy seems better.
I thought tonight I never could--but now it doesn't matter any more.
You shall not sacrifice yourself, and it may be that tonight you can have the chance you wait.
A propos," she added, becoming calm again, "I am expecting two very interesting men tonight, le Vicomte de Mortemart, who is connected with the Montmorencys through the Rohans, one of the best French families.
By the bye, the police declare that they have a definite clue this time, and are going to arrest the murderer of Hamilton Fynes and poor dicky Vanderpole tonight or tomorrow.