dusk : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n the time of day immediately following sunset
- v become dusk
- Off the mangy Hawaiian port of Kahului, a Japanese submarine crept closer toward shore in the dusk.
- In Delhi, that means up to 15,000 weddings a night, causing dusk-to-dawn gridlock for 14 million residents, as hundreds of thousands of guests cross town, park on the sidewalks and .
- As dusk gathered one day last week an elderly man and his younger companion hurried along the sidewalk near the Trust Company of Georgia building in downtown Atlanta.
News & Articles
- Destination weddings a popular draw in the Coachella Valley
Dusk sets on a lawn set for a wedding dinner at the Empire Polo Club in Indio. The polo club is an increasingly popular destination for weddings. / Photo Courtesy Empire Polo Club
June 16, 2013 - The Desert Sun
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Summertime in Florida includes plenty of outdoor fun but also plenty of unwanted mosquitoes especially at dusk and dawn.
June 16, 2013 - WJXT Jacksonville
- Photographer captures Central Market at dusk
Lancaster Central Market glows at dusk Tuesday.The Lancaster city landmark — open each Tuesday, Friday and Saturday — is hailed as the country's oldest continuously operating farmers' market, and it continues to attract county residents and visitors in great numbers through its 18th-cent...
June 13, 2013 - Lancaster Online
- Barack Obama in Pittsburgh Post Gazette
As a boy, I spent several years in Indonesia and heard the call of the azaan at the break of dawn and at the fall of dusk,Mr. Obama said, tying his experience with those in the audience.
- Roger Federer in USA Today
Conditions were shocking,said Federer, who played until 9:15 pm "I hate playing into (dusk). I can hardly see the ball."
- Lalu Prasad in Thaindian.com (blog)
The rakshasas are always vanquished at gau bela. And today too, the enemy will be defeated at gau bela. But the voting should take place just at dusk, at 6 pm, at gau bela,Lalu said.