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Definition of night owl

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Other terms relating to 'night':

Definitions include: an all-night period of awakedness to finish a task.
Definitions include: Friday and Saturday nights, when a disproportionate number of people are unpleasantly drunk in public.
Definitions include: to go home and/or go to bed.
Definitions include: adjective.
Definitions include: acronym for "girls' night out".
Definitions include: a bachelorette party.
Definitions include: a female prostitute.
Definitions include: completely different.
Definitions include: a police or black helicopter that flies around with spotlight on.
Definitions include: an alcoholic drink before going to bed.
Definitions include: prostitute.
Definitions include: "goodnight."
Definitions include: a sexual encounter (which usually but does not always include sexual intercourse) after which one or both parties make no attempt to contact the other person.
Definitions include: See all-nighter.
Definitions include: a general insult.

Other terms relating to 'owl':

Definitions include: The night shift, especially in the coal-mining industry in Kentucky and West Virginia, USA.
Definitions include: acronym for "you only live once."

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