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Definition of "twilit" [twilit]

  • Simple past of twilight. (verb)
  • Past participle of twilight (verb)
  • Illuminated by or as if by twilight. (adjective)

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Use "twilit" in a sentence
  • "It's not difficult to see Parker's point: Milne's plays are steeped in a kind of twilit cutesiness that gives the impression they were written in scented violet ink."
  • "(Not just in veiled terms, either -- with a Japanese and an American war vet thrown into one of his twilit scenarios.)"
  • "“Ssh,” someone said, hovering over her in the dim, twilit room."
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rain-drenched
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carboxy dark