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  • He remembered how they had sat by the lagoon in the tepid twilight; he telephoned asking whether he might come in for tea.
  • They had never been so frank, so pitiful, as in this one unarmored look which recalled every jest, every tenderness, every twilight they had known together.
  • When the maples fluttered beneath their window in the breeze that sprang up with the beginning of twilight, when the amiable citizens of Nautilus had driven home to supper in their shaky Fords, Leora had persuaded him that Pickerbaugh’s flamboyance would not interfere with his own work, that in any case they would not remain in Nautilus forever, that he was impatient, and that she loved him dearly.
  • His memory fumbled for a pale blue twilight in Munich, a bridge and a waiting girl, and the sound of music.) He dipped his hands in the bichloride solution and shook them—a quick shake, fingers down, like the fingers of a pianist above the keys.
  • He’s going to have a real education!" he gloated, as they sat on the porch in spring twilight.
  • Make you a great man that everybody will wonder at, like your Sondelius…… Darling, I worried so about your worrying—" He kissed her, and for hours they sat together, unspeaking, eternally understanding, in the prairie twilight.

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  • It is a beautiful picture taken in twilight.
  • I awakened to a twilight sky, but did not know if the sun was setting or rising.

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