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Synonyms for overnighter

a guest who stays overnight

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a small traveling bag to carry clothing and accessories for staying overnight

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Dubai: Online registration for the 38th Gulf News Overnighter Fun Drive, to be held on January 11 and 12, 2019, will open on December 24.
An overnighter, the camp will provide community tents, portaloos, food and beverages.
The Overnighters is a movie that most importantly asks us to distinguish between wearing a Christian persona and being a Christian.
Or so I thought Six years into weekends of spontaneous getaways and overnighters to the White Mountains, the nest had a new member.
We're giving away PS500 worth of overnighters as the prestigious hotel opens nine brand new family rooms.
The only issue I wish to raise is the control of noise in the surrounding area." The developers claim more than 100 new jobs will be created at Surf Snowdonia, which will provide family focused enjoyment for day-trippers, overnighters, families, beginners and experts alike.
"The overnighters saw parts of Belsay Hall that are not normally open to the public and we gave them all a good dinner and a hearty breakfast with their guided tour.
And I pulled some overnighters when I had to study for exams."
For overnighters, the anchor alarm function on most marine-specific GPS units can make for more restful nights aboard.
Another group of overnighters are the bureaus located in the National Press Building, which sits along 14th Street, just a block from Pennsylvania Avenue.
However I do agree that this system may result in less nuisance parking and the overnighters.
There have been bonfires, a New Year's Eve party, and overnighters with sleeping bags in the vacant house who wake up in the morning to do it all over again.
This is a genius move--the overnighters take advantage of the stores' bathrooms in the morning, but those folks also spend money on food, clothing, and supplies.