nightfall

  • 1 Nightfall — Nightfall …

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  • 2 Nightfall — Night fall , n. The close of the day; the arrival of the night; the period at and just after dusk. Swift. [1913 Webster +PJC] …

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  • 3 nightfall — (n.) 1700; see NIGHT (Cf. night) + FALL (Cf. fall) (n.) …

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  • 4 nightfall — [n] beginning of darkness black*, crepuscule, dim, dusk, eve, eventide, sundown, sunset, twilight, vespers; concept 810 Ant. daybreak …

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  • 5 nightfall — ► NOUN ▪ dusk …

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  • 6 nightfall — [nīt′fôl΄] n. the time in the evening when daylight is last visible; dusk …

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  • 7 Nightfall — Contents 1 Novels, short stories, and comics 2 Music 3 Video games …

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  • 8 Nightfall — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Nightfall peut désigner : Nightfall, second album du groupe de metal suédois Candlemass, sorti en 1987. Nightfall, film américain de Jacques Tourneur …

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  • 9 nightfall — [[t]na͟ɪtfɔːl[/t]] N UNCOUNT Nightfall is the time of day when it starts to get dark. I need to get to Lyon by nightfall... I started work at dawn and returned only at nightfall. Syn: dusk …

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  • 10 nightfall — n. at nightfall * * * [ naɪtfɔːl] at nightfall …

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  • 11 nightfall — night|fall [ˈnaıtfo:l US fo:l] n [U] old fashioned the time when it begins to get dark in the evening = ↑dusk ▪ Don t worry, we ll be back by nightfall …

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  • 12 nightfall — noun (U) the time when it begins to get dark in the evening; dusk: We rushed to reach home before nightfall …

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  • 13 nightfall — noun we lock the doors at nightfall Syn: sunset, sundown, dusk, twilight, evening, close of day, dark; literary eventide Ant: dawn …

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  • 14 nightfall — noun Date: 1700 the close of the day ; dusk …

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  • 15 nightfall — /nuyt fawl /, n. the coming of night; the end of daylight; dusk. [1605 15; NIGHT + FALL] Syn. twilight, sundown. * * * …

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  • 16 nightfall — noun The close of the day; the coming of night. Syn: dusk, evening, sundown, sunset See Also: smokefall …

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  • 17 nightfall — I (Roget s IV) n. Syn. dusk, twilight, evening; see night 1 . II (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun The period between afternoon and nighttime: dusk, eve, evening, eventide, gloaming, twilight. Archaic: even2, vesper. See START …

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  • 18 nightfall — night|fall [ naıt,fɔl ] noun uncount MAINLY LITERARY the time in the evening when it starts to become dark: DUSK …

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  • 19 nightfall — n. coming of night; coming of darkness …

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  • 20 nightfall — noun the onset of night; dusk …

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