dewfall

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dew·fall

 (do͞o′fôl′, dyo͞o′-)
n.
1. The formation of dew.
2. The time of evening when dew begins to form.

dewfall

(ˈdjuːˌfɔːl)
n
1. the formation or settling of dew; the dew which is deposited
2. literary the time of evening at which dew forms
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No one would use this ground for training horses, / it is too broken, has no breadth of meadow; / but there is nothing meager about the soil, / the yield of grain is wondrous, and wine, too, / with drenching rains and dewfall.
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TERRY DEWFALL, 6 Parkwall Road, Cadbury Heath, Bristol, BS30 8HE.
But it is more notorious for being a nightmare to field on in the second innings of day-night games with a heavy dewfall to contend with.