dusk definition

  • noun:
    • The darker phase of twilight, particularly in the evening.
    • some time occurring after your day during which sunlight sets.
    • Imperfect obscurity; a middle level between light and darkness; twilight.
    • A darkish color.
    • Partial darkness; an obscuring of light, especially of this light of day; circumstances between light and darkness; twilight: as, the dusk of the night; the dusk of a dense forest.
    • habit of darkness of shade; swarthiness.
    • the time of day immediately following sunset
    • The darker stage of twilight, particularly in the evening.
    • A period of time occurring at the conclusion of a single day when the sun's rays establishes.
    • Imperfect obscurity; a middle level between light and darkness; twilight.
    • A darkish shade.
    • limited darkness; an obscuring of light, particularly associated with light of time; a state between light and darkness; twilight: since, the dusk regarding the night; the dusk of a dense forest.
    • Tendency to darkness of color; swarthiness.
    • the time of time rigtht after sunset
  • adjective:
    • looking after darkness; dusky.
    • looking after darkness or blackness; moderately dark or black; dusky.
    • Tending to darkness; dusky.
    • Tending to darkness or blackness; moderately dark or black; dusky.
  • verb-transitive:
    • to be or make dark or dusky.
    • To make dusk.
    • To become or make dark or dusky.
    • To make dusk.
  • verb:
    • to begin with to reduce light or whiteness; to grow dusk
    • become dusk
    • to start to get rid of light or whiteness; to grow dusk
    • come to be dusk
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To grow dusk.
    • To grow dusk.
  • others:
    • black; tending to darkness; dusky; shaded, either as to light or shade; shadowy; swarthy.
    • to help make dusky or dark; obscure; make less luminous.
    • to produce dim.
    • to cultivate black; commence to lose light, brightness, or whiteness.
    • resulting in a dusky appearance; create a somewhat ruffled or shadowed area.
    • Dark; tending to darkness; dusky; shaded, either concerning light or color; shadowy; swarthy.
    • to create dusky or dark; obscure; make less luminous.
    • to produce dim.
    • To grow dark; commence to drop light, brightness, or whiteness.
    • resulting in a dusky look; create a slightly ruffled or shadowed area.

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