Definition of twilight
- lived in the twilight of neutrality
The sun set and twilight fell.
stumbled around the twilight of the shuttered room, unable to see where she was going
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: the light from the sky at the end of the day when night is just beginning
: the period when day is ending and night is beginning
: a period when something is ending
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