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- v. Past participle of twilight
- adj. Illuminated by or as if by twilight.
- v. Simple past of twilight.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. lighted by or as if by twilight
It's not difficult to see Parker's point: Milne's plays are steeped in a kind of twilit cutesiness that gives the impression they were written in scented violet ink.
(Not just in veiled terms, either -- with a Japanese and an American war vet thrown into one of his twilit scenarios.)
“Ssh,” someone said, hovering over her in the dim, twilit room.
Once the children have reached maturity they leave their school-type community and embark on a twilit adult life, in which they are given limited access to the normal world while they await the summons to make their first "donation".
Above, sunlight shined in through the windows of the cupola, imparting a hazy, twilit glow to the circular space.
Mars, mag 1.4 and reddish in hue, is 8° below-left of the Pleiades as it rises into the twilit NE sky at 02:45 BST on the 1st.
# Davidon 30 Apr 2009 at 8: 01 pm just out of cureosaty who published twilit and Eragon?
As the minutes flowed into hours, slowly, one by one and in small groups the terrified people emerged from their places of refuge and stared unblinking into the twilit sky.
If the shuttle Endeavour meets its scheduled launch time of 20:47 BST on the 29th, there may be a chance for spacewatchers in southern Britain to spot it less than 20 minutes later as it crosses the brightly twilit SSW sky as seen from S England.
Anna slept much of the day in the twilit room, and soundly all night.
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