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Example sentences for twilight

Outside, the trees on the plaza start to fade into twilight.
Gels live in a kind of chemical twilight zone where they share many properties of both phases of matter.
It was an appropriate time of day, as the entire shuttle program has entered its twilight hours.
He stepped out into the twilight, looked back upon the narrow little pulpit with a weary smile, and locked the door.
The tremulous glow of the noon, the twilight on harvests of corn.
She possessed wisdom and a sense of satisfaction with her life that made me actually look forward to the twilight years.
Because they roam so widely and are active mostly at twilight, jaguars have long proved a challenge to study.
Twilight throws off the night-vision goggles used by helicopter patrols.
Thus their conversations began every evening beginning at twilight.
But since that time she'd begun to notice at twilight a curious glistening to the air.
For the next ninety minutes they moved through a smoky twilight among the ruins.
Other clergymen agreed: this new technique could mean the twilight of democracy.
No foot moves with firmer tread than his over that dim twilight region which lies between the seen and the unseen.
Another thousand feet and your surroundings have faded to a dim bluish-gray twilight.
In both instances, there is a twilight when everything remains seemingly unchanged.
Few people would recognize the inconspicuous twilight moth.
Twilight start times vary by season and are effective when a full round is not likely to be completed.
Twilight is the best time to venture up this abrupt peak.
Ideally, regular intellectual stimulation would begin early in life and continue through the twilight years.

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