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  • n. Plural form of dusk.

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Examples

  • Softly throbbing, voice and strings arose on sensuous crests of song, died away to whisperings and caresses, drifted through love-dusks and twilights, or swelled again to love-cries barbarically imperious in which were woven plaintive calls and madnesses of invitation and promise.

    CHAPTER III

  • There would be other big skies, other thermonuclear, apocalyptic dusks.

    Bangs

  • Neither is a sensibility that latches on to dusks and dawns and roses.

    Beautiful Sentences, Conscientiousness and Good Fortune

  • Charlton recognise false dusks, too, as well as good men when they have them.

    Chris Powell steers Charlton clear of false dawns in bid to find light

  • “It is to my great and unutterable joy that this old man shall live to see many more dawns and dusks,” he said.

    Sabotaged

  • Glitter Rose is named after the glitter rose dusks that happen at certain tides – when the last of sunset has fallen, a strange phosphorescence can be seen on the sands of the beaches.

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  • Glitter Rose is named after the glitter-rose dusks that happen at certain tides on the island - when the last of sunset has fallen, a strange phosphorescence can be seen on the sands of the beaches.

    Glitter Rose by Marianne de Pierres

  • He feels a certain peace, clinging to the side of Swartberg Pass: The clouds are like huge silver battleships, the dusks like golden liquids—the Karoo is a place of raw light and monumental skies and relentless silence.

    Memory Wall

  • In “A Drugstore in Winter,” Ozick describes how reading and “certain drugstore winter dusks” came together thanks to the traveling library that arrived in her neighborhood every other week.

    Cynthia Ozick.

  • After giving Sasha a tour of his apartment, Justin took him to the neighborhood park where the two sat among children who were enjoying the final dusks of summer.

    Michael Pertnoy and Michael Kleiman: The Last Survivor: Family Trees

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