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twilight

Synonyms of twilight in English:

noun

  • 1 we reached the village by twilight
    dusk, early evening, evening, close of day;
    [Antonyms] dawn, daybreak
  • 2 it was scarcely visible in the evening twilight
  • 3 he was approaching the twilight of his career
    decline, waning, downturn, ebb;
    autumn, final years, closing years, last years
    [Antonyms] peak, height
  • adjective

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  • a twilight world
    shadowy, dark, twilit, shady, dim, gloomy, obscure
    literary darkling, darksome, crepuscular
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    crepuscular relating to twilight

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