‹ Midmost Midplane ›
Meanings and phrases
- 12 o'clock at night; the middle of the night
- the sun visible at midnight (inside the Arctic or Antarctic Circles)
- Swanson left Canby for the drive home before midnight.
- "U-432" sank "Evros" and "Barfonn" just before midnight.
- The show ends shortly before midnight.
- It was not until midnight that the shelling subsided.
- Connie is heartbroken, until the servants arrange a limousine she can use until midnight.
- At the concert, Hyatt patiently waited for the concert to be over as it stretched on until midnight.
- They rest around midnight and then continue to graze before dawn.
- Harriss was born in London, England, around midnight between 16 and 17 December 1862.
- The fire was discovered on the main vehicle deck at around midnight on the 22/23 April.
- He was hanged at Landsberg Prison shortly after midnight on June 7, 1951.
- Lederman was born in Philadelphia shortly after midnight on July 20, 1983.
- The Tarrant Rushton gliders landed in occupied France shortly after midnight.