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Tonight vs. Tonite — Which is Correct Spelling?

Tonight vs. Tonite — Which is Correct Spelling?

Which is correct: Tonight or Tonite

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Tonight Definitions

On or during the present or coming night.
This night or the night of this day.
During the night following the current day.
I want to party tonight!
I had a wonderful time with you tonight.
(obsolete) Last night.
The nighttime of the current day or date; this night.
Tonight is the night.
I have high hopes for tonight.
On this present or coming night.
On the last night past.
The present or the coming night; the night after the present day.
The present or immediately coming night
During the night of the present day;
Drop by tonight

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