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The news of his return spread quickly and several officials dropped in for a "sundowner."
He longed each night for the usual "sundowner," but had determined not to open his one remaining bottle, in case of accident.
Sundowner: (Historical) A swagman who arrives at a place too late for work, but looking for food and/or shelter.
It was no sundowner, not even a man from Boonara, out on the jag, who had wandered in a half-frenzied condition so many miles.
An old sundowner, chancing to pass along the road, stopped in the hopes of a yarn.
COLONIAL BORNG. FIRTH SCOTT
Also it's safe to draw a sundowner sitting listlessly on a bench on the veranda, reading the Bulletin.
Occasionally a bushman in the horrors, or a villainous-looking sundowner, comes and nearly scares the life out of her.
Once a man becomes a "sundowner" he is useless for any honest employment.
AUSTRALIAN PICTURESHOWARD WILLOUGHBY
The cocktail, the universal "sherry and bitters" and "sundowner" will have to be retained.
Oh yes, there might be an odd sundowner camp aboard of her once in a month o' Sundays; but I doubt it.
THE RECORD OF NICHOLAS FREYDONA. J. (ALEC JOHN) DAWSON

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