Thesaurus / dusk

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At dusk Thursday, the Lincoln Memorial was alive with a steady hum of joggers, tourists and locals seeking a place of quiet reflection.
Hovering in the dusk of competency, Antara’s mother still manages to live alone, but increasingly she wanders, forgets where she is and what she’s doing.
The sitting-room was in dusk, and, as she entered, the firelight showed the huge body of the general lying upon the hearth rug.
After a hearty meal, Bill explained to them all the dangers of the great forest, and the necessity of returning to camp at dusk.
BILL THE MINDERW. HEATH ROBINSON
Amongst many memorable days, that day stands conspicuous, for at dusk we began to cross the historic battlefield of Kossovo.
In the dusk of the world, out of the deeper shadow of the surrounding trees, his house looked grimly upon him.
AUDREYMARY JOHNSTON
Long after dusk on the evening of the seventeenth it was found that the gates were open and that the keys had disappeared.
In the dusk his long figure appeared to rise almost to the lower branches of the overhanging trees.
I sat down on the coping of a bridge as the dusk began to steal over the fields and hills.
A SPRING WALK IN PROVENCEARCHIBALD MARSHALL
He was somehow sensible of its convolutions as he stood against the wall and strained his eyes into the dusk.
THE PHANTOMS OF THE FOOT-BRIDGECHARLES EGBERT CRADDOCK (AKA MARY NOAILLES MURFREE)

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