The sun had just set, and the whole expanse of water was aflame with the afterglow.
Those dots prolong the effect of a word or sentence; they lend it an afterglow.
It was about two o'clock, and the afterglow had moved around to the north-east.
The sun had just set, and the western hemisphere was all aflame with the afterglow.
Your experience proves how bright and long is the afterglow if it is only real.
The long twilight had set in, yet the afterglow hung brilliantly about them.
It is the foreglow, which is to the sunrise what the afterglow is to the sunset.
The sun had set over there in front of them, and the air was cool and purple with the afterglow.
It remained like an afterglow when the door was closed behind the girl.
Of all the splendours of Nature the afterglow is the most surprising.