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  • n. Plural form of sundown.

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Examples

  • There were automobiles, traps, victorias, hay-racks, and "sundowns" standing all along the street in the vicinity of Hapgood's Grove.

    The Daughter of Anderson Crow

  • In her book, Sunsets, the Washington native presents dozens of beautifully captured sundowns, most taken during a three-year yachting trip around the world.

    The World's Most Beautiful Sunsets

  • Rown here teh outsyde works need to wait til sundowns, if nawt a emergensee.

    Cat Plate Warmer - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • "Well, Mr. Steward has Alzheimer's, he's an incurable lech, likes to flash his aides, sundowns badly, gets violent, and is so unsteady on his feet that you'll need to steady him while he's attacking you so he doesn't fall down and hurt himself."

    My Remembrance Day: Sickness, belief, and dreams

  • The Associated Press says that, as summer arrives, later sundowns may create problems, however.

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • It was one of those sundowns that reminded Bosch of the glow the fires of the riots had put in the sky a few years back.

    Trunk Music

  • Georgia and Claudia liked to walk out beyond the town in the long, lingering sundowns.

    Portrait of An Artist

  • It would be five more sundowns before her engines quit forever, and ten more years before she sank to the ocean floor.

    Galapagos

  • An old Indian whose original being has not been blasted by the doubt of the white man, will tell you that he was a seer of strange things big in meaning; a dreamer of dreams that glared with the light of dawns and days, sundowns and stars, speaking with the ambiguous tongue of mystery!

    A Prairie Borgia

  • Most octogenarians either walk with the help of walking sticks either in their living rooms or gardens, or like the senior Bush has said, sit quietly at a corner waiting for daybreaks and sundowns, especially in an Oriental society where an octogenarian is supposed to "act like a senior" and not to be "rash and reckless."

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