Definition of twilight home in English:

twilight home

Line breaks: twi|light home

noun

A residential home for elderly people.
More example sentences
  • She's now in a maximum security twilight home in Australia.
  • An awkward minority group, they are often ignored by their families and, funds permitting, banged up in twilight homes.
  • ‘A generation ago, it was still routine for elderly parents to come to live with the family in order to see out their final days; these days we rely on institutionalised granny farming - maximum security twilight homes, as Dame Edna Everage calls them - to do the job for us’.

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