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twilight British & World English

The soft glowing light from the sky when the sun is below the horizon, caused by the reflection of the sun’s rays from the atmosphere

twilight English Thesaurus

we reached the village by twilight

twilight home British & World English

A residential home for elderly people

twilight zone British & World English

A situation or conceptual area that is characterized by being undefined, intermediate, or mysterious

twilight sleep British & World English

A state of partial narcosis or stupor without total loss of consciousness, in particular a state induced by an injection of morphine and scopolamine, formerly popular for use during childbirth

nautical twilight British & World English

The two periods of the day immediately before sunrise and after sunset when the sun is less than 12 degrees below the true horizon.

twilight of the gods British & World English

The destruction of the gods and the world in a final conflict with the powers of evil

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