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The Fellowship of the Ring
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  • The evening was closing in, and his cloaked figure quickly vanished into the twilight.
  • But that evening, as Sam was walking home and twilight was fading, there came the once familiar tap on the study window.
  • Twilight was about them as they crept back to the lane.
  • Mist and twilight, cloud and shade, Away shall fade!
  • And if he often uses the Ring to make himself invisible, he_ fades:_ he becomes in the end invisible permanently, and walks in the twilight under the eye of the dark power that rules the Rings.
  • He saw the Mountain silent rise where twilight lies upon the knees of Valinor, and Eldamar beheld afar beyond the seas.
  • His hair was dark as the shadows of twilight, and upon it was set a circlet of silver; his eyes were grey as a clear evening, and in them was a light like the light of stars.
  • They would soon now be going forward into lands wholly strange to them, and beyond all but the most vague and distant legends of the Shire, and in the gathering twilight they longed for home.
  • Their height could not be guessed, but they stood up in the twilight like living towers.
  • One evening Frodo and Sam were walking together in the cool twilight.
  • But they saw little of the country, for they journeyed mostly by night and twilight, resting by day, and lying as hidden as the land allowed.
  • The three peaks loomed before them, darkling in the twilight.
  • Leaf and branch, water and stone: they have the hue and beauty of all these things under the twilight of Lorien that we love; for we put the thought of all that we love into all that we make.
  • It was hard to say of what colour they were: grey with the hue of twilight under the trees they seemed to be; and yet if they were moved, or set in another light, they were green as shadowed leaves, or brown as fallow fields by night, dusk-silver as water under the stars.
  • Strange furtive noises ran among the bushes and reeds on either side of them; and if they looked up to the pale sky, they caught sight of queer gnarled and knobbly faces that gloomed dark against the twilight, and leered down at them from the high bank and the edges of the wood.

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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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