nounarchaic or literary
The end of the day; evening: the moonflower opens its white, trumpet-like flowers at eventide
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- Our population growth has slowed significantly, and the baby boomers are now in the eventide of their working life, with their eyes fixed towards retirement.
- Soon, the eventide fell and everyone retired to his or her beds.
- Often, awaking suddenly at midnight, he shrank from the bosom of Faith; and at morning or eventide, when the family knelt down at prayer, he scowled and muttered to himself, and gazed sternly at his wife, and turned away.
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