Twilight synonyms

twī'līt'

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Faintly or unclearly perceived; indistinct:
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Of or like twilight; dim:
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The darker stage of twilight, especially in the evening.
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(Poetry, Scotland, UK, North England) twilight, as at early morning or (especially) early evening; dusk
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Eventide is defined as an old fashioned way to say evening.
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(Zoology) Active in the evening.
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Alternative form of crepuscule.
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A shade of color that is rather dark.
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(Uncountable) The morning twilight period immediately before sunrise.
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Illuminated by or as if by twilight.
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The approach of darkness; dusk.
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(Figuratively) The final period of the life of a person or thing.
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The period of actual darkness after sunset and before sunrise; also, a part of this period before bedtime [a night at the opera] or the part between bedtime and morning [a sleepless night]
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Twilight.
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The definition of a decline is a lessening or failing.
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Eve is defined as evening, or the day or night before a holiday, or the period of time before an event.
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(Obsolete) gloaming, twilight
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The time in the morning when daylight first appears; dawn
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The change in color of the sky at dawn.
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The evening star, especially Venus.
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An act of beginning; an initial effort:
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The beginning of evening; twilight.
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The time of the day between dusk and night, when it gets dark.
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Divisible by 2 with a remainder of 0, such as 12 or 876.
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A marked, often sudden, decline in status, rank, or importance:
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Find another word for twilight. In this page you can discover 34 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for twilight, like: dim, , crepuscular, owl-light, dusk, gloaming, eventide, vespertine, crepuscle, dusky and dawn.