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Crepuscule

noun
1.
The time of day immediately following sunset.  Synonyms: crepuscle, dusk, evenfall, fall, gloam, gloaming, nightfall, twilight.  "They finished before the fall of night"






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"Crepuscule" Quotes from Famous Books



... d'Orchestre; the excellent resume of Berlioz's writings in the Amateur Series by W.F. Apthorp; the Symphony since Beethoven by Weingartner; and, above all, the monumental work by Boschot in three parts—La Jeunesse d'un Romantique, Un Romantique sous Louis Philippe, Le Crepuscule d'un Romantique. There is an amusing but far from convincing assault against Berlioz as a programme composer and, to a certain extent, against Romanticism in general, in the New Laocoon by Professor ...
— Music: An Art and a Language • Walter Raymond Spalding



Words linked to "Crepuscule" :   eventide, eve, even, time of day, evening, night, crepuscular, hour



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