dusk

  1. the time of day immediately following sunset
  2. a state of diffused or dim illumination

Dusk

Dusk is the darkest stage of twilight in the evening. During early to intermediate stages of twilight, there may be enough light in the sky under clear-sky conditions to read outdoors without artificial illumination. Civil dusk occurs when the earth rotates to a point at which the center of the sun is at 6° below the local horizon. This marks the...
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Dusk

(from the article `Michelangelo`) The figures are among the artist`s most famous and accomplished creations. The immensely massive Day and Dusk are relatively tranquil in their ... ...Child with the Medici patron saints, Cosmas and Damian; and beneath the two sarcophagi respectively lie the recumbent figures of `Night` and ......
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dusk

(from the article `sunlight`) ...this long passage the dominant blue wavelengths of light are scattered and blocked, leaving the longer, unobstructed red wavelengths to reach the ...
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dusk

[n] - a state of diffused or dim illumination
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Dusk

• (n.) A darkish color. • (n.) Imperfect obscurity; a middle degree between light and darkness; twilight; as, the dusk of the evening. • (v. t.) To make dusk. • (a.) Tending to darkness or blackness; moderately dark or black; dusky. • (v. i.) To grow dusk.
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dusk

verb become dusk
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Dusk

[Michelangelo] Dusk is a marble sculpture by Michelangelo, datable to 1524-34. It is a pair with Dawn on the tomb of Lorenzo II de` Medici in the Medici Chapel in San Lorenzo in Florence. ==History== Its creation started simultaneously with the resuming of the works at the New Sacristy of Florence, during 1524, after Clement VII`s election ...
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Dusk

Dusk adjective [ Middle English dusc , dosc , deosc ; confer dial. Swedish duska to drizzle, dusk a slight shower. ..........] Tending to darkness or blackness; moderately dark or black; dusky. « A pathless desert, dusk with horrid shades.» M...
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Dusk

Dusk intransitive verb To grow dusk. [ R.] Chaucer.
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Dusk

Dusk noun 1. Imperfect obscurity; a middle degree between light and darkness; twilight; as, the dusk of the evening. 2. A darkish color. « Whose duck set off the whiteness of the skin.» Dryden.
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Dusk

Dusk transitive verb To make dusk. [ Archaic] « After the sun is up, that shadow which dusketh the light of the moon must needs be under the earth.» Holland.
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DUSK

The period of waning light from the time of sunset to dark. See twilight and dawn.
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Dusk

The period of waning light from the time of sunset to dark.
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DUSK

The period of waning light from the time of sunset to dark. Related terms: twilight and dawn
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