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- n. Plural form of nightfall.
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After two nightfalls, the incident was completely forgotten.
It was full autumn now, late autumn -- with the nightfalls gloomy, and all things growing dark early in the old cottage, and all the Breton land looking sombre, too.
He found himself longing for the velvet-soft quiet of the nightfalls he had known.
So was it on the evening in question; but I had grown accustomed to those rapid nightfalls, and for a few minutes I, immersed in my own thoughts, was quite unaware of anything unusual in our surroundings.
Sleeping in deserted wurleys, fearful many nightfalls through
It was a sorrowful prospect for these wanderers, that on the morrow they must again set forth, and that, after many nightfalls, they would perhaps be no nearer the close of their toilsome pilgrimage than now.
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