The whole expanse Suddenly in the half-light
of the dusk Glimmered and waned.
On the fourteenth day I went into the kitchen, and I was surprised to find that the fronds of the red weed had grown right across the hole in the wall, turning the half-light
of the place into a crimson-coloured obscurity.
That was, in brief, the chief sensation I received from that face in the dim half-light
in which I saw it.
She felt her eyes opening wider and wider, her fingers and toes twitching nervously, something within oppressing her breathing, while all shapes and sounds seemed in the uncertain half-light
to strike her with unaccustomed vividness.
In the half-light
he looked about at the stalls and boxes and smiled a little consciously, recalling with amusement Sir Harry's judicial frown.
The moon was setting, and the dying moonlight and the first pallor of dawn were mingled in a ghastly half-light
The Nautilus did not remain motionless, but skirted the coast, advancing ten miles more to the south in the half-light
left by the sun as it skirted the edge of the horizon.
Here I come, expecting to find a good sensible girl who had seen at last the vanity of all those things; half-light
in the rooms; surrounded by the works of her favourite poets, and all that sort of thing.
A moment later the tawny figure of Sheeta slunk out into the half-light
of the beach.
At this moment a soft half-light
pervaded the studio; but a parting ray of the evening sunlight suddenly illuminated the spot where the soldier sat, so that his noble, blanched face, his black hair, and his clothes were bathed in its glow.
The floor was of tesselated marble, smooth as glass, and from the walls strange shapes loomed out, woven into huge portieres in rich, harmonious colors, or gleaming from paintings, wonderful and mysterious-looking in the half-light
, purple and red and golden, like sunset glimmers in a shadowy forest.
At the sight of that long beam, in the half-light
which the infrequent torches of the brigands spread over the Place, thus borne by that crowd of men who dashed it at a run against the church, one would have thought that he beheld a monstrous beast with a thousand feet attacking with lowered head the giant of stone.