midnight

noun
VERB + MIDNIGHT
chime, strike

The church clock struck midnight.

MIDNIGHT + VERB
strike

Downstairs in the hall, midnight struck.

approach, come
MIDNIGHT + NOUN
feast (BrE), snack
black, blue
sun

the land of the midnight sun

PREPOSITION
approaching midnight, around midnight, near midnight

It was approaching midnight when I finally reached home.

at midnight, by midnight
PHRASES
at the stroke of midnight

At the stroke of midnight, Prince Charming turned back into a rat.

Midnight is used before these nouns: ↑blue, ↑mass, ↑rendezvous, ↑showing, ↑snack, ↑stroll, ↑sun, ↑train

Collocations dictionary. 2013.

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