Night-watchman



noun
1.
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2.
Cricket. a batsman who is sent in to bat just before the end of a day’s play and continues his innings on the next day of play.
noun
1.
Also called night watch. a person who keeps guard at night on a factory, public building, etc
2.
(cricket) a batsman sent in to bat to play out time when a wicket has fallen near the end of a day’s play

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