1 part of the day
this, tomorrow, yesterday
Friday, Saturday, etc.
weekday (esp. BrE)

a popular place to hang out on weekday evenings

April, May, etc.
spring, summer, etc.

the long winter evenings

balmy, beautiful, fine (esp. BrE), golden, warm

The two spent a romantic evening together.

cold, cool, dry
early, late

It was early evening and very still.


8 o'clock the previous evening

following, next

The ball would take place the following evening.

entire, whole

He spent the entire evening chatting with friends.


We spent the evening walking around the town.

begin, start

We started our evening by watching TV.


What a way to end an evening!


thoroughly enjoying a quiet evening at home

ruin, spoil

I don't want to ruin your evening.

progress, wear on

As the evening wore on, Phil became very drunk.

light, sky, star, sun
air, breeze

the cool evening air

meal (esp. BrE)
stroll, walk
class, course
entertainment, event, performance, reception, show
prayer, service
rush hour
news, newscast (AmE), newspaper, paper
during the evening
for an/the evening

Her parents were out for the evening.

in the evening
(on) Friday, etc. evening, on the evening of

on the evening of May 15

an evening off, an evening out

You deserve an occasional evening out.

good evening
2 event happening in the evening
gala, musical, social
open (BrE), parents' (esp. BrE)

Prospective students were invited to the school's open evening.

enjoyable, fun, lovely, memorable, nice, perfect, pleasant, successful, wonderful

The club will hold a social evening to welcome new members.


He hosted the evening in front of a celebrity audience.


The orchestra opened the evening with an overture.

clothes, dress, gown, wear
during the evening, for the evening

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