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Thanks, I dined on the way up—in a twilit refreshment-room, with one waiter and a number of attendant black-beetles.
WITH EDGED TOOLSHENRY SETON MERRIMAN
The village began to send forth blue wood-smoke, and it seemed more than ever like the twilit West Country.
SEA AND SARDINIAD. H. LAWRENCE
Olive had laid aside her book some time since, and now, wearying of the grey twilit world, she fell asleep.
OLIVE IN ITALYMORAY DALTON
In the stillness of the twilit courtyard she could hear the sounds of laughter and talking from the Quadrangle.
But we must beware of each step in these twilit recesses, for the fays of Brittany are not as those of other lands.
The dusk was falling; and the garden wore a ghostly look; while the river lay passively unreflecting beneath the twilit sky.
THE MAKING OF A SOULKATHLYN RHODES
A man who probably meant well was playing long, yellowish, twilit wails on a cornet, somewhere on the outskirts.
THE INNOCENTSSINCLAIR LEWIS
Through the mists of his twilit life, he caught glimpses of a sun-radiant morning of wondrous glory.
LITERARY HEARTHSTONES OF DIXIELA SALLE CORBELL PICKETT
The other house-guests were motoring or darting about the twilit tennis-court or trading in the gossip-exchange at the Casino.
With his hands clasped behind him, as though even yet he dared not touch her, he crossed the twilit room toward her.

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