The soft, subdued light seen at dusk or dawn or in dimly lit interiors.(noun)
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Use "half-light" in a sentence
"I could only think of the wretched cows swaying along in queasy, jolting half-light, then suddenly a lurch and a terrific violence as the world turned upside down."
"I tiptoed back to my rooms in the misty half-light and prepared for bed as the town began to stir."
"We lay there in the half-light and the quiet, breathing."