The man was blind in daylight, and could see in darkness or half-light.
He was nervous and excited, and his eyes shone in the half-light.
He stands a moment bewildered by the half-light, then calls sharply: "Larry!"
The walls were spotless and the red-tiled floor shone in the half-light.
He stood in the half-light, one hand on the table, the other clasping the picture.
The little man scuttled away in the half-light, and out of the yard.
Her face was wistful in the half-light; the corners of her mouth quivered, ever so little.
It shone through the half-light as though a lamp had been lighted within.
How well she knew that half-light of the ebb of the wave of darkness.
I asked, wondering why the windshield should look so blurred in the half-light.