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How to use duskiness in a sentence

Then a volley broke forth, flashing redly from the dim duskiness of the slope.
FORGING THE BLADESBERTRAM MITFORD
The dim duskiness made him shudder; he expected to see the Huckleberry Street Irish woman looking at him.
DUFFELSEDWARD EGGLESTON
He knew, without looking closer, that there was a flare of mirth hidden within its velvet duskiness.
ONCE TO EVERY MANLARRY EVANS
She had eyes of the Creole duskiness, a delicate olive skin, with a pastel coloring.
GUNMAN'S RECKONINGMAX BRAND
It initiates you into the duskiness, the blackness, the crowdedness, the intensely commercial character of London.
LIPPINCOTT'S MAGAZINE, VOL. 20, NO. 33, NOVEMBER 1877VARIOUS
It flickered and struggled with the duskiness, but could not half light up the gloomy cavern with all its melancholy glimmer.
THE CHILDREN'S HOUR, VOLUME 3 (OF 10)VARIOUS
The sun of the last few weeks had given to her skin a faint, but most becoming, duskiness.
THE MALEFACTORE. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM
The greater duskiness of the kitchen was caused by the large form of City Attorney Mullen.
PHILO GUBB CORRESPONDENCE-SCHOOL DETECTIVEELLIS PARKER BUTLER
The contours of the steamer grew confused: a velvety duskiness overspread Dunmore foreland.
PHARAIS AND THE MOUNTAIN LOVERSFIONA MACLEOD
The scarlet of betel-nut was upon her lips; the duskiness of kol shadowed her lashes.
CAPTAIN DESMOND, V.C.MAUD DIVER

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