Formally known as the division between day and night when it is not-quite-day but not-quite-dark outside. Was once used metaphorically instilling a sense of foreboding, change, or ambiguity. However all those past senses have become quite archaic and have been replaced with a collection of delusion,s tween concepts of love and glitter... lots of glitter.
Person one: "It's almost twilight by now"
Person two: "I like Twilight too, but its not like I have to set apart time to ritually watch it"
Person one: "No, I meant its dusk"
Person two: "I also like books about bats, but its not like I have to set apart time to ritually read it alongside posters of Edward Cullen"
Person one: "No, like the time, you know, after day-time, but before night-time"
Person two: "Why the hell are we talking about bats and Twilight for then?"
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