dimout dimout


  • (n) darkness resulting from the extinction of lights (as in a city invisible to enemy aircraft)



  1. The Administration is studying the idea of conserving coal by issuing a national dimout order.
  2. Sunday, Boston in the dimout, the Patagonian lakes, Virginia Woolf, Paul Valery.
  3. Clearest indication of the dimout is the unpublicized decision to change plans for Evita's mausoleum.
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