Noun(1) the time of day immediately following sunset(2) the diffused light from the sky when the sun is below the horizon but its rays are refracted by the atmosphere of the earth(3) a condition of decline following successes
Adjective(1) lighted by or as if by twilight
(1) Since then he has given the club great service and, although in the twilight of his playing career, he is still playing good football to the present day.(2) she looked out on the beautiful twilight(3) An elder statesman of American cinema who, remarkably enough, hasn't received a single Oscar nomination, Sutherland may be in the twilight of his years but he has lost none of his ebullient wit.(4) Looking north from the plateau, you will see in the endless twilight a forbidding light on the horizon.(5) By late in the month Mercury becomes visible low above the western horizon at twilight , a preview of its showing in March, when the planet will make its best evening apparition of the year.(6) a twilight world of secrecy(7) Hovering between day and night, light and dark, life and death, twilight is glorious in its very imprecision.(8) Hawke may be in the twilight of his playing career, but he does not intend to go gently into that good night, preferring to believe that he can inflict some damage this weekend on the very men he spends his office hours trying to help.(9) He turns back to the woman opposite him, her face reflecting the approaching purple twilight .(10) Scott and I walked along the beach last night at twilight , watching the dark clouds swelling over the ocean, and as the first rain fell, we ran for the cover of the nearest hotel.(11) At twilight , when neon store signs and traffic lights begin to glow, wet asphalt becomes a luminous billboard of color.(12) In this soft twilight , Wilton could see a faint shimmer around Milon.(13) In the twilight of the Second World War hundreds of Nazis fled to Argentina.(14) Now that the Government is in the twilight of its third term, when will the Prime Minister deliver on this commitment?(15) Charlie observed Jessica in the light of the remaining twilight .(16) They come out from the trunks of trees at twilight to forage.
(1) twilight zone :: ukanda jioni
1. dusk ::
2. half-light ::
3. decline ::
5. shadowy ::
6. twilit ::
1. blaze ::
2. day ::
3. daylight ::
4. glare ::
5. glow ::
6. light ::
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