Antonyms for half-lights

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She was more nervous than she appeared, and she was glad of the half-lights.

Thanks to Margaret's hints and half-lights, I did well enough.

The half-lights of Symbolist mysticism are remote from his hard glare.

But as I grow old, the half-lights of evening are far more to me.

It is full also of the tantalizing suggestiveness, the half-lights and shades, of April and May.

I would live in the little house with a friend of my heart—a friend in the shadows and half-lights and brilliances.

The blinds were drawn, but even in the half-lights its proportions appeared shrunken, its furnishings shabby and poor.

He looked about him with quick, practised eye for a camping-place before the sun sank below the forests and the half-lights came.

The man of half-lights who acts with a promptitude often disastrous, is indeed narrow, but I deny that he is strong.

In the half-lights of the crowded, covered bazaar his was a setting in which Dulac would have revelled.