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See definition of crepuscular on Dictionary.com
  • as indark
  • as indusky
  • as ingloomy
  • as inhazy

synonyms for crepuscular

  • black
  • cloudy
  • darkened
  • dim
  • dingy
  • drab
  • dull
  • foggy
  • gloomy
  • misty
  • murky
  • overcast
  • shadowy
  • somber
  • dun
  • dusk
  • faint
  • aphotic
  • atramentous
  • blackish
  • caliginous
  • cimmerian
  • clouded
  • dusky
  • grimy
  • ill-lighted
  • indistinct
  • inky
  • lightless
  • lurid
  • nebulous
  • obfuscous
  • obscure
  • opaque
  • pitch-black
  • pitch-dark
  • pitchy
  • rayless
  • shaded
  • shady
  • sooty
  • stygian
  • sunless
  • tenebrous
  • unlighted
  • unlit
  • vague

antonyms for crepuscular

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  • bright
  • cheerful
  • clean
  • clear
  • distinct
  • good
  • happy
  • intelligent
  • joyful
  • light
  • luminous
  • smart
  • sparkling
  • sunny
  • vivacious
  • apparent
  • brilliant
  • encouraging
  • evident
  • hopeful
  • illuminated
  • lucid
  • manifest
  • moral
  • plain
  • pleased
  • radiant
  • shining
  • visible
  • vivid
  • bright
  • clear
  • definite
  • distinct
  • light
  • luminous
  • sunny
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How to use crepuscular in a sentence

At other times — like when your crepuscular cat gets the zoomies at dawn and knocks something breakable off a shelf as it rushes by — you start to wonder whether it was a good idea to let an animal into your home.
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His face, as far as I could see in the green-grey crepuscular atmosphere of the apartment, was expressionless.
PRINCE ZALESKIM.P. SHIEL
It is blended twilight of intellect and sensation; it is the crepuscular of thought.
THE LIFE OF FRANCIS THOMPSONEVERARD MEYNELL
His slightly crepuscular eyes took on the sheen of mica; the color ran high in her face, and her lips parted.
JUST AROUND THE CORNERFANNIE HURST
There is indeed something infinitely charming in the crepuscular moments of the human mind.
SKETCHES AND STUDIES IN ITALY AND GREECE, SECOND SERIESJOHN ADDINGTON SYMONDS
The stillness of the crepuscular hall seemed to palpitate with the woman's breath.
SINISTER STREET, VOL. 2COMPTON MACKENZIE
The sunshine was blinding without, but sifted through the green jalousies, it made a gray, crepuscular light within.
THE STILLWATER TRAGEDYTHOMAS BAILEY ALDRICH
He darted glances in every direction, but the fall of distant waters smote upon his ears like the crepuscular music of Chopin.
VISIONARIESJAMES HUNEKER
After days of this crepuscular existence he emerged to find the cathedral less disfigured than he had feared.
LEAVES FROM A FIELD NOTE-BOOKJ. H. MORGAN
These Petrels are chiefly crepuscular or nocturnal in their habits, and during the daytime not a bird will be seen.
AMONG THE BIRDS IN NORTHERN SHIRESCHARLES DIXON
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