dusk[ duhsk ]SEE DEFINITION OF dusk
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DUSK
He could not see her face, but he could hear perfectly the words that came through the dusk.
At dusk, Littlefield lighted a fire, and began to cook his fowls.
In the dusk of the wooded shades behind him huddled the group of slaves.
The rain and dusk were so heavy that they could not see fifty feet, and they shivered with cold.
Dick said nothing, but despite the dusk Woodville read the truth in his eyes.
A figure approaching in the dusk greeted Dick with a shout of delight.
But as dusk came gradually in the ravine he resolved that he would go.
A tall youth emerged from the dusk and looked at them inquiringly.
The dusk sifted in about the house, faster and faster; a whippoorwill cried from the woods.
Lorenzi and the Marchesa were strolling in the dusk across the greensward.