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twilight
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The Fountainhead
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  • The Dean’s office looked like a chapel, a pool of dreamy twilight fed by one tall window of stained glass.
  • The twilight flowed in through the garments of stiff saints, their arms contorted at the elbows.
  • Keating left early and walked home through a cold December twilight.
  • Keating followed him silently, amused, and said nothing when they were alone in the comfortable twilight of Francon’s car.
  • The twilight had washed off the details of the buildings.
  • As they drove through the twilight she saw him leaning hesitantly closer to her.
  • She flew at random between walls of leaves that melted ahead in the gathering twilight.
  • He lifted his cane, once in a while, bracing his legs to stand firm for a moment; with the tip of the cane, he touched a folded green cup and watched it spill a glistening drop in the twilight.
  • There was a first hint of twilight in the streets of the city.
  • She looked up at the twilight of the ceiling, left untouched above the chandeliers, and she noted how far it was above the guests, how dominant and undisturbed.

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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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