- become dusk
- the time of day immediately following sunset
As the dusk of early evening turned to darkness, the city's lights winked on.
"Her dusky arched eyebrows were knitted and yet not frowning, her speaking eyes held both merriment and sorrow"
She had the kind of water-gipsy face, dusky but rosy
"Till at dusk, when the drifts are crushing our tents And our frozen red flags cannot flutter in the wind,"
In the west there was a great suffusion of cold red light, which made the sides of the little valley look only more rugged and dusky
When the lingering dusk drew on, she stole out to effect some purchases necessary for her father's comfort
Before long, here comes the wreck, dim and dusky, sliding along down!
So, to Ursula's ear, the tune fell out, drop by drop, from the unseen sky on the dusky town
He sat in his dusky studio, tired, with one arm hanging over the back of his chair, staring in at her window and seeing himself in there with her
"Little bridge, murmuring brook, rural cottage, Withered rattan(s), aged tree (s), dusk crow(s). "