Common misspellings for nights:

nightpeace, hights, hieghts, knighs, nighteen, nightl, thoights, naighty, nuggetts, neightbor, hightes, noght, knightlus', rightsw, nightw, 3nights, mights, nietsche, nigts, noghts, rightsi, thights, nighbers, naight, neght, nightmair, fieghts, nightd, hieights, liughts, tonight'ss, rightts, notts, liights, nihts, nightowl, nigths, nghts, nght, nightr, nighrts, knightcite, nightin, nightmars, nightws, nightm, niight, nwght, niggs, nichas, neighter, nighte, naghty, nightsky, lughts, rghts, sightes, lenghts, nighters, fiights, voght's, knoghts, nutts, noight, nighhts, nightto, nitght, nioght, 2nights, niggas, ngihts, nieghdors, knitts, lghts, tighs, nightmar, tonght's, yaghts, nightt, nightb, nighti, nightey, tnights, 2night, kights, deights, nighst, neight, mightys, irghts, neightbour, ights, nnight, nighter, 1night, lihts, night''s, nugets, night', neighors, thiughts, knigts, llights, neighbots, nuight, nightys, nightley, nightmer, nightmers, nithts, noit's, nightous, tonghts, jights, njghts, nkghts, n9ghts, n8ghts, nifhts, nivhts, nibhts, nihhts, niyhts, niggts, nigbts, nignts, nigjts, niguts, nigyts, nighrs, nighfs, nighgs, nighys, nigh6s, nigh5s, nighta, nightz, nightx, bnights, nbights, nmights, njights, hnights, nhights, nuights, nijghts, nikghts, noights, nioghts, n9ights, ni9ghts, n8ights, ni8ghts, nifghts, nigfhts, nivghts, nigvhts, nibghts, nigbhts, nihghts, niyghts, nigyhts, nitghts, nigthts, nigghts, nighgts, nighbts, nignhts, nighnts, nigjhts, nighjts, niguhts, nighuts, nighyts, nightrs, nighfts, nightfs, nightgs, nigh6ts, night6s, nigh5ts, night5s, nightas, nightsa, nightzs, nightsz, nightxs, nightsx, nightds, nightse, nightsw, inghts, nihgts, nnights, niights, nightts, nightss, nyghts, nmghts, nhghts, niwhts, niohts, nichts, niehts, nigxts, niglts, nigits, nigh4s, nighds, nighps, nighvs, nighus, night3, nightc, nightq, nayeghts, neyeghts, n ights, ni ghts, nig hts, nigh ts, night s.

Usage examples for nights

  1. His money gone, no work to be found, he had slept in the streets for nights.  Children of the Tenements by Jacob A. Riis
  2. And now I hope I can sleep in my bed o' nights without hearing 'Ice- house, ice- house!  Outpost by J.G. Austin
  3. I have been thinking of nothing else but telling you for two days and two nights.  The Story Of Julia Page Works of Kathleen Norris, Volume V. by Kathleen Norris
  4. It couldn't be that Vicky was held captive, since she was at her own house two nights after the crime.  Vicky Van by Carolyn Wells