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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
1. Relating to or resembling twilight: dim.
2. Active or occurring in twilight, as certain animals.
From Latin crepusculum (twilight), from creper (dusky, obscure). Earliest documented use: 1668.
“The crepuscular sky was dim and there were still nocturnal insects flying about.”
Christopher James Dubey; Assignment Yggdrasil; Andrews; 2013.
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