Citations:advesperate

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English citations of advesperate

Noun: to draw towards evening[edit]

1809
ME « 15th c. 16th c. 17th c. 18th c. 19th c. 20th c. 21st c.
See the red gleaming of the western skies, proclaims that day begins to advesperate, and nature to sink into repose!
  • The day advesperated, ere I left the church yard of Tregony; and I pursued, in the shades of evening, my route to St. AUSTLE.
  • The morning light was streaking the sky when his spirit softened thus strangely towards the preserver of his father; and before the advesperation of day, as if obeying an ungovernable impulse, Velid drew breath and bridle-rein at the Northern issue of the valley.
Ultimately, as the day began to advesperate, but prior to the cadence of Phœbus,-with pedal envelopes and the inferior portion of my femoral habiliments subjected to quite an illutation...
  • Then when the day advesperates they meet/Within some neighbour's cot to hold debate;/They talk of village news and future toil,/And then repair to Slumber's arms awhile.