"NIGHT" IS THE Answer TO THE FOLLOWING CROSSWORDS
With 9-down, hit sitcom of the 1980s-90s
Time for some shifts
Bedtime call, informally
When most people retire
Hours of darkness
Dark weird thing
Strange thing, but it's time for bed
Dream time approaching, close to sunset
Man on the radio when most of us are asleep
Man said brief word of farewell at end of day
Graveyard shift time
At hand puppet's last occasion to perform
Nearly time when one retires?
Man on board loses head in dark
Time to retire?
Then lights up
Near the beginning of 27 across or the finish of 30 across
Close to the beginning of time?
'red sky at . . . . ., shepherd's delight'
It's near the time when one should be abed
Dark piece on the radio
Opposite pole to vision? darkness
Saturday — fever (film)
Day and - -
The sound of a horseman after sunset?
Time for bed? it's almost time
It's almost beginning to be tea time after 16 down
Dracula's waking hours
It falls quite predictably
Near east's ultimate period of gloom
'the dark cavalier' hides his head
Time to sleep
The time when lancelot, say, lost his head
Near end of flight in the dark
Ac/dc "___ prowler"
From dusk until dawn
It falls daily but never breaks
Word 4 of a christmas classic
The fall that followed eve
And 9 across: add anything to pieces to get a song
Dark tower's beginning — hard drink knocked back
Near to a little tea is no light matter
Sir kay spent hours in darkness
Upward time for stroll
When to go to bed
What proverbially follows day
Elie wiesel work
It's not light
Is the tea near to being so dark as that?
Time between days
''twas the ... before christmas, when all through the house / not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse''
Kind of court or school
Nearly time to see the moon?
Near back of hut it's dark
Between dusk and dawn
This still warm near end of august?
It's close to tea, but keep it dark
Dark time when king leaves such as lancelot
Darkness close, end of daylight
Dark - almost totally, to start with
From sunset to sunrise
Star's time to shine?
Weird thing, darkness
For most, the time for sleep
Man’s heading off when it’s time to retire
It's almost time when i should retire
Dark front removed from piece
When many people retire
Near to the start of darkness
That could be the thing, sir, by the sound of it
Activity in the form of entertainment after dark
Thing suffering damage when it's dark
Date time, often
Time of darkness
'she walks in beauty, like the . . . . .' (byron)
Illumination needed now towards end of event
Cap or gown lead-in
It's so dark it's almost tea
When to see the moon near the end of august
It's dark when headless horseman appears
Time for turning in, almost on time
Nearly time, time after sunset
It's dark almost on time
That's no light matter to be so close to tea
Black piece, not king
When bats fly
Opposite of day
Light returns with an end to whistling in the dark
When one sees stars
Late activity near west end
Black phase man on board reported
"'twas the ___ before christmas ..."
Word that can precede either part of 17-, 25-, 38-, 54- and 63-across
Loose garment that is stripped off in the dark
Almost the sound of the end of 2 down, but keep it dark
Odd thing is - this is one for the stars
It begins to get close now that it's so dark
Battle force turns to north when it's dark
The first one is no light matter for an actor
Near to tea it's no light matter
Nearly time - it's late
Strange thing to say repeatedly when tucking child in
Darkness; see you in the morning
Period of ignorance
Word with club or stick
Close on temperature for a usually colder period
Busy time for bats
Probably time for bed, as first of girls ensnared by rakish revolutionary?
When stars are seen close to their leader
Dracula's favorite time
Dark period for titled fellow losing his 'k'
Time to hand over the missing high explosive?
When to make new observation, with first of stars out
'man,' you say, 'it's dark!'
"... and the darkness he called ___" (gen 1:5)
Dark near light, ultimately
That starts near dark
Time without 10
The last thing you might wish to be good?
Popular christmas carol
Between sunset and sunrise
Comment to one who's retiring, informally
Period after sunset
Brief last greeting sounds noble
Black chessman - but not the king
"what hath __ to do with sleep?": milton
Time to see stars
Busy time for fireflies
Dark period 11 possibly reported
Time for fireworks
David gray's current record label
Must be kept in the dark, sir, by the sound of it
Expected arrival approaching end of twilight?
Black bat near back of roost
Noisy piece, the follow-up to 16
Nearly time - for bed?
A hard day's (the beatles)
It's dark near tunnel entrance
1975 film thriller starring gene hackman and susan clark
Dark, headless horseman
1981 novel by clive cussler
Man beheaded, causing death
Surname of britain's first green mp
It regularly falls close to town
Perhaps lancelot ousts king in the dark
Fright _____, 1985 hallowe'en knee knocker
Time for a tuck
It gets dark
Time when asleep
Astronomer's prime time
Crosswords containing the word "NIGHT"
Shakespeare character who says 'good night, ladies; good night, sweet ladies; good night, good night'
'good night, sweet ladies. good night, good night' speaker
They hang around at night for what night-watchman does at lords
Like a candle night after night, say
Big drinking night, stop #5 (night club)
'-- night, holy night'(see 8 across)
'-- night, holy night' (carol)
'good night, chet,' 'good night, david,' e.g.
''silent night, holy night, ___ calm . . .''
When to say night-night