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The time right after the sun goes out of sight, before it becomes all dark:

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The time right after the sun goes out of sight, before it becomes all dark:
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TWILIGHT
DUSK
EVENING
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DUSK-DARK
NIGHT
AFTERGLOW
DUSKY-DARK
DARK
DUST
SUNSET
BEFORE DARK
EARLY EVENING
DAWN
DUSTY-DARK
NIGHTFALL
SUNDOWN
AFTER SUNDOWN
FIRST DARK
JUST BEFORE DARK
NIGHTTIME
EVENTIDE
NH
ALMOST DARK
BETWEEN SUNDOWN AND DARK
DUST-DARK
EVE
EVENING TIME
LATE AFTERNOON
LATE EVENING
TWILIGHT TIME
AFTER DUSK
AFTER SUNSET
AFTER THE SUN SETS
BEFORE SUNSET
BEGINNING TO GET DARK
CHILDREN'S HOUR
COME UP NIGHT
COMING ON NIGHT
DAWN OF THE EVENING
DUS'
DUSK OF THE EVENING
DUSKY
DUSTY
EARLY CANDLELIGHT
EARLY NIGHT
EDGE O' DARK
EDGE OF DARK
EDGE OF THE EVENING
EVENING LIGHT
FIRST NIGHT
GETTIN' DARK
GETTING DARK
GLOAMING
GRAY DARK
HALF DARK
JUST AFTER SUNSET
LATE IN THE EVENING
LATE IN THE EVENING AFTER SUNDOWN
LATE ON THE EVENING
LATE SUNDOWN
LATER PART OF THE EVENING
NEAR DARK
NEARLY DARK
NEARLY NIGHT
ON THE EDGE OF DUSK
PART OF THE EVENING
SHADE OF DARKNESS
SKUMAROSK
SUPPERTIME
TWINIGHT
WASHING TIME
WATCHING TIME
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