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Still, in verse Eugene Sheffer 20 Jun 2022
Night, in verse Newsday 19 Jun 2022
Poetic dusk Eugene Sheffer 16 Jun 2022
“’Tis a vain labour ___ to fight ’gainst heaven”: “Volpone” Wall Street Journal 16 Jun 2022
Poetic contraction Thomas Joseph 11 Jun 2022
Poetic twilight LA Times Daily 02 Jun 2022
The end of 17? Family Time 22 May 2022
Poetic time of day Newsday 20 May 2022
Poetic contraction Newsday 08 May 2022
Still, in verse Eugene Sheffer 21 Apr 2022
Dusk, to Donne LA Times Daily 13 Feb 2022
Dusk, to Donne The Washington Post 13 Feb 2022
Poet's twilight Premier Sunday 23 Jan 2022
Poetic dusk New York Times 16 Jan 2022
Still, for a poet New York Times 02 Jan 2022
Poetic dusk Eugene Sheffer 16 Dec 2021
Still, in verse Eugene Sheffer 11 Dec 2021
Ending for "cant" Family Time 22 Nov 2021
Poetic dusk Eugene Sheffer 19 Nov 2021
Still, in verse Eugene Sheffer 04 Oct 2021
Poetic twilight Newsday 16 Sep 2021
Poetic dusk Eugene Sheffer 08 Sep 2021
Morn’s opposite Wall Street Journal 18 Aug 2021
Poetic dusk Newsday 21 Jul 2021
Still, in verse Eugene Sheffer 01 Jul 2021
Still, to poets Thomas Joseph 22 Apr 2021
Poetic dusk Eugene Sheffer 08 Apr 2021
Yet, to Yeats Wall Street Journal 13 Mar 2021
Dark time for poets LA Times Daily 12 Mar 2021
Dark time for poets The Washington Post 12 Mar 2021
Poetry night? New York Times 28 Feb 2021
Dusk, poetically LA Times Daily 28 Feb 2021
Dusk, poetically The Washington Post 28 Feb 2021
Ending for "Hallow" Universal 11 Feb 2021
Poet's nightfall New York Times 26 Jan 2021
Still, in verse Eugene Sheffer 23 Jan 2021
Poetic twilight LA Times Daily 11 Nov 2020
Poetic twilight The Washington Post 11 Nov 2020
“They dug his grave ___ where he lay”: Sir Walter Scott Wall Street Journal 26 Oct 2020
'Hallow' ending Jonesin 20 Oct 2020
Poetic dusk Premier Sunday 27 Sep 2020
Dusk, to Donne The Washington Post 30 Aug 2020
Dusk, to Donne LA Times Daily 30 Aug 2020
Poet's contraction Thomas Joseph 08 Aug 2020
Yet, poetically LA Times Daily 13 May 2020
Yet, poetically The Washington Post 13 May 2020
Dark period for poets
Dusk, in poetry LA Times Daily 27 Jan 2020
Dusk, in poetry The Washington Post 27 Jan 2020
Morn's counterpart New York Times 05 Jan 2020
Still, in poetry of old Family Time 10 Nov 2019
Suffix for "velvet" Universal 25 Oct 2019
After-sunset time, in poems Newsday 16 Oct 2019
Yet, in poetry LA Times Daily 13 Oct 2019
Yet, in poetry The Washington Post 13 Oct 2019
Gloaming, in verse The Washington Post 11 Oct 2019
Gloaming, in verse LA Times Daily 11 Oct 2019
The "nighttime" in "fifteenth" Family Time 07 Oct 2019
Twilight, poetically Jonesin 24 Sep 2019
Poetic adverb Newsday 21 Jul 2019
Bard's nightfall The Washington Post 12 Jun 2019
Bard's nightfall LA Times Daily 12 Jun 2019
Cant finish? Universal 07 Jun 2019
Poetic contraction New York Times 30 May 2019
Yet, to Yeats New York Times 04 May 2019
Poetic time LA Times Daily 10 Apr 2019
Poetic time The Washington Post 10 Apr 2019
Poetic period Newsday 29 Mar 2019
Velvet finish? Jonesin 22 Jan 2019
Cant finish?
Yet, to Yeats
Yet, in poetry
Poetic twilight
Morn's counterpart
Poetic contraction
Dusk, to Donne
Gloaming, in verse
Poetic time
Bard's nightfall
Poet's nighttime
Yet, to Yeats
Velvet or Hallow ender Premier Sunday 30 Dec 2018
Even to Emerson Canadiana 24 Dec 2018
After dusk, poetically Universal 13 Dec 2018
Bard's night Universal 09 Dec 2018
Poet's nightfall USA Today 09 Dec 2018
Bard's bedtime The Washington Post 25 Nov 2018
Bard's bedtime LA Times Daily 25 Nov 2018
"Velvet" suffix Universal 16 Nov 2018
Nightfall, in poetry Universal 14 Nov 2018
Hallow part? Universal 01 Nov 2018
Browning's night Universal 02 Oct 2018
Suffix with "velvet" Universal 20 Sep 2018
Velvet finish Jonesin 04 Sep 2018
Dark time, to bards USA Today 23 Aug 2018
Day's end, in old poems Universal 18 Aug 2018
Night, in verse Universal 14 Jul 2018
Night of old rhymes Universal 13 Jul 2018
Ending for velvet Newsday 24 Jun 2018
Super-old night Universal 21 Jun 2018
Night, if you're 425 Universal 08 Jun 2018
Attachment to "Hallow" Family Time 04 Jun 2018
Bard's twilight Universal 26 May 2018
After dark, way old Universal 16 May 2018
"Velvet" end Universal 10 May 2018
Romantic night Universal 26 Apr 2018
Poetic nightfall Newsday 22 Apr 2018
Nightfall, to poets Family Time 09 Apr 2018
Suffix for "Hallow" Family Time 02 Apr 2018
Night, in poesy Universal 28 Mar 2018
Literary twilight Newsday 23 Feb 2018
Night, in old poetry Family Time 05 Feb 2018
Poet's p.m Premier Sunday 28 Jan 2018
Bedtime, poetically Universal 19 Jan 2018
Bard's dusk LA Times Daily 14 Jan 2018
Bard's dusk The Washington Post 14 Jan 2018
Poetic night LA Times Daily 13 Jan 2018
Poetic night The Washington Post 13 Jan 2018
Even, to Emerson Canadiana 08 Jan 2018
Poetic night
Bard's dusk
Bard's bedtime
Suffix with "velvet"
Romantic night
Nightfall, in poetry
Super-old night
Dark time, to bards
Poet's nightfall
Night, in verse
Night, in poesy
Night, if you're 425
Night of old rhymes
Hallow part?
Day's end, in old poems
Browning's night
Bedtime, poetically
Bard's twilight
Bard's night
After dusk, poetically
After dark, way old
"Velvet" suffix
"Velvet" end
Velvet finish
Screening center? Family Time 25 Dec 2017
Dusk, to a bard Premier Sunday 24 Dec 2017
Old poet's dinnertime? Family Time 18 Dec 2017
Poetic contraction The Washington Post 09 Dec 2017
Poetic contraction LA Times Daily 09 Dec 2017
"Hallow" ending Family Time 12 Nov 2017
Ending for "hollow" on Oct. 31 Family Time 23 Oct 2017
Nighttime, poetically Universal 17 Oct 2017
Careening center? Universal 10 Oct 2017
Nightfall, poetically Universal 05 Oct 2017
Dark time, in poesy New York Times 17 Sep 2017
Nightfall, to bards USA Today 16 Sep 2017
"Hallow" suffix Universal 02 Sep 2017
Poetic time Newsday 31 Aug 2017
Bard's bedtime? Universal 31 Aug 2017
Bedtime for a Bard? Universal 25 Aug 2017
Poetic nightfall Universal 14 Aug 2017
''__ pity scarce can wish it less!'': Byron Newsday 05 Aug 2017
Yet, to Hamlet New York Times 27 Jul 2017
Night, in old poetry Universal 24 Jul 2017
At least 12 hours from morn Universal 17 Jul 2017
Poetic dusk Newsday 16 Jul 2017
'I should ___ die with pity...': Lear Wall Street Journal 15 Jul 2017
Poetic dusk LA Times Daily 07 May 2017
Poetic dusk The Washington Post 07 May 2017
Yeats' yet LA Times Daily 06 May 2017
Yeats' yet The Washington Post 06 May 2017
"Hallow" ender Universal 02 May 2017
Poetic evening Universal 16 Apr 2017
Poetic time New York Times 02 Apr 2017
Poetic 'indeed' New York Times 30 Mar 2017
Evening, in old poems Universal 08 Mar 2017
Dusk, poetically Universal 28 Feb 2017
Velvet finish? Universal 26 Feb 2017
Eviction setting Wall Street Journal 09 Feb 2017
'Is it ___ so? Why, then, I thank you all' (Capulet) The Washington Post 25 Jan 2017
Hallow ending? Family Time 22 Jan 2017
Velvet finish? The Washington Post 19 Jan 2017
Yet, to Hamlet
Poetic time
Careening center?
Bedtime for a Bard?
Bard's bedtime?
At least 12 hours from morn
"Hallow" suffix
Poetic "indeed"
"Hallow" ender
Poetic contraction
Nightfall, poetically
Night, in old poetry
Evening, in old poems
Poetic evening
Poetic nightfall
Velvet finish?
Nightfall, to bards
Nighttime, poetically
Dusk, poetically
Dark time, in poesy
Poetic dusk
Yeats' yet
Dark time for poets USA Today 14 Dec 2016
"Hallow" add-on Universal 30 Nov 2016
Burns' nighttime Newsday 27 Nov 2016
Dusk, to a bard USA Today 15 Nov 2016
Poetic contraction Newsday 03 Nov 2016
Yet, poetically Wall Street Journal 29 Oct 2016
When dark comes o'er the land Universal 24 Oct 2016
Morn's opposite Newsday 02 Oct 2016
Dark time, in poetry New York Times 18 Sep 2016
Still, to Shakespeare Wall Street Journal 27 Aug 2016
Day's end, in poems Universal 16 Jul 2016
Nightfall, poetically The Chronicle of Higher Education 24 Jun 2016
Contraction missing a V New York Times 05 Jun 2016
Dark time for a poet USA Today 03 Jun 2016
Nightfall, in an ode Jonesin 31 May 2016
Period after dark, in poetry New York Times 16 May 2016
Causes of congestion New York Times 08 May 2016
Nighttime, poetically Premier Sunday 01 May 2016
Bard's nightfall The Chronicle of Higher Education 29 Apr 2016
Gloaming, to a sonneteer New York Times 01 Apr 2016
Suffix for "Hallow" Universal 12 Feb 2016
Bard's early night USA Today 08 Feb 2016
Poetic nightfall LA Times Daily 08 Feb 2016
Poetic twilight New York Times 31 Jan 2016
Dusk, to Pope LA Times Daily 21 Jan 2016
Hallow ending? Universal 12 Jan 2016
Yet, poetically
Contraction missing a V
Dark time, in poetry
Poetic twilight
"Hallow" add-on
Day's end, in poems
Hallow ending?
Suffix for "velvet"
Suffix for "Hallow"
Poetic nightfall
Dusk, to Pope
Nightfall, poetically
Bard's nightfall
Bard's early night
Dark time for a poet
Dark time for poets
Night of poetry
Poet's nighttime Universal 24 Dec 2015
Donne's dusk The Washington Post 08 Dec 2015
Bard's night Eugene Sheffer 27 Nov 2015
Bard's nightfall USA Today 26 Nov 2015
Suffix for "velvet" Family Time 22 Nov 2015
Hallow conclusion? Universal 14 Nov 2015
Nighttime, in poetry USA Today 13 Nov 2015
Suffix for "velvet" USA Today 11 Nov 2015
Poet's dusk Eugene Sheffer 09 Nov 2015
Night of poetry USA Today 03 Nov 2015
Dusk, to Donne Universal 02 Nov 2015
Nighttime, poetically USA Today 29 Oct 2015
"Cant" or "Hallow" ending Universal 13 Oct 2015
Early night, to a poet Universal 21 Sep 2015
After dark, poetically Universal 06 Sep 2015
Day's end, poetically USA Today 06 Aug 2015
When dark comes o'er the land USA Today 02 Aug 2015
'Good-___, good fellow' (greeting from Romeo) New York Times 01 Aug 2015
Bard's nightfall Newsday 31 Jul 2015
Gloaming, to a poet New York Times 23 Jul 2015
Nighttime, in poetry Universal 18 Jul 2015
Poetic dusk New York Times 21 Jun 2015
Velvet add-on New York Times 21 May 2015
Evening of poetry USA Today 14 May 2015
The bard's bedtime? Universal 08 May 2015
Poetic time of day USA Today 26 Apr 2015
Ending with hallow Jonesin 23 Apr 2015
Night, to the Bard Universal 22 Apr 2015
Cant ending? USA Today 05 Apr 2015
Still, poetically New York Times 25 Mar 2015
Late-October suffix Universal 24 Mar 2015
Dusk, to Donne Wall Street Journal 20 Mar 2015
Bard's evening Universal 17 Mar 2015
Poetic time of day New York Times 09 Mar 2015
Close of day, to poets Universal 08 Mar 2015
"Cant" or "hallow" ending Universal 05 Mar 2015
Ending for Hallow Jonesin 03 Mar 2015
Time after dusk, to poets New York Times 10 Feb 2015
It was a dark period for Poe New York Times 08 Feb 2015
Evening, to Emerson Canadiana 19 Jan 2015
Suffix with "Hallow" or "velvet" Universal 18 Jan 2015
Suffix for ''Hallow'' Family Time 16 Jan 2015
Still, to poets Eugene Sheffer 16 Jan 2015
Early night, to a bard Universal 11 Jan 2015
When dark comes o'er the land
Bard's nightfall
Cant ending?
Day's end, poetically
Evening of poetry
Nighttime, in poetry
Nighttime, poetically
Poetic time of day
When dark comes o'er the land
Dusk, to Donne
Poet's dusk Universal 01 Jan 2015
Donne's dusk
Keats's nightfall
Poetic dusk
Time o' day
Velvet finish?
Bard's nightfall
Poetic nightfall
Poetic time
"Good-___, good fellow" (greeting from Romeo)
Gloaming, to a poet
It was a dark period for Poe
Poetic dusk
Poetic time of day
Still, poetically
Time after dusk, to poets
Velvet add-on
"Cant" or "Hallow" ending
"Cant" or "hallow" ending
After dark, poetically
Bard's evening
Close of day, to poets
Dusk, to Donne
Early night, to a bard
Early night, to a poet
Hallow conclusion?
Late-October suffix
Night, to the Bard
Nighttime, in poetry
Poet's dusk
Poet's nighttime
Suffix for "velvet"
Suffix with "Hallow" or "velvet"
The bard's bedtime?
Poetic time of day
Hallow ending?
Dark time, in poetry
Bard's early night
Dusk, to poets
Close of day, to poets
After dark, poetically
"Cant" or "Hallow" ending
Versifier's "still"
Twilight time, to Tennyson
Poetic time of day
Dark time in poetry
"___then my soul with exultation dances": Keats
"___ the slight harebell raised its head": Scott
Bard's nightfall
"I should ___ die with pity" (King Lear)
Poetic night
"I should ___ die with pity, / To see another thus": Shak.
Poet's twilight
Poetic time after dusk
Still, in poetry
When the day's done, to Donne
Suffix with "velvet" or "Hallow"
"__ so thou outrunnest grace": "Timon of Athens"
Suffix for velvet
Poetic time of day
Twilight, to a bard
Shakespearean adverb
Poetic period
Bard's adverb
"Velvet" or "hallow" ending
Night, poetically
Yet, to the Bard
Dusk, in verse
Dusk, to one who words good
It's between morn and night
Dusk, to Donne
Poetic, V-less contraction
Shakespearean twilight
Morn's opposite
Poetic dusk
Poet's nightfall
Poet's dusk
Bard's twilight
Suffix with "velvet" or "hallow"
Poetic contraction
Poe's night
Nighttime, in old poems
Nightfall, in poetry
"Velvet" attachment
Night time, poetically
Bard's adverb
Poetic dusk
Poetic period
Shakespearean adverb
Twilight, to a bard
Yet, poetically
Night time, poetically
Day's end, to Donne
Velvet finish?
Nightfall, in verse
Bard's time of day
Dark time for a poet
Gloaming, in verse
Period in a sonnet
Poetic time of day
Velvet finish?
Night, poetically
"__ like the passage of an angel's tear": Keats
"Horatio, thou art ___ as just a man ...": Hamlet
"Velvet" attachment
Poetic twilight
Suffix for "Hallow"
Twilight time, to Tennyson
Bard's time of day
Dark time for a poet
Period in a sonnet
Poetic adverb
Still, to Shakespeare
Poetical twilight
Nightfall, to bards
Velvet or Hallow ender
Poetic time after dusk
Poetic dusk
Poetic P.M.
Poet's dusk
Yet, in verse
Velvet finish?
Time o' day
Poetic time after dusk
Poetic period
Opposite of morn
Contracted time period?
Bard's nightfall
Bard's dusk
"I should ___ die with pity": King Lear
"Horatio, thou art ___ as just a man ..."
"___ as the green-growing bud unfolds": Longfellow
After dusk, poetically
Day's end, to a poet
Late in the day, for poets
Poetic period after dusk
Night, in verse
Night of poetry
Dusk, in verse
Literary contraction
It adds 10 to 8?
Bard's bedtime?
Dusk, to 7-Down
Suffix for velvet
When Donne is done for the day?
Yet, to Yeats
Literary contraction
Nighttime, in verses
Poetic night
Poet's time of day
Dusk, in verse
Time of day, briefly
Nightfall, in poetry
Night of poetry
Day's end, to a poet
Dark time for bards
Yet, to Yeats
When Donne is done for the day?
Suffix for velvet
Poetic time
Dusk, to 7-Down
Bard's nightfall
"No more, but ___ a woman": "Antony and Cleopatra"
Twilight, to Tennyson
Dark time, in verse
Sunset time, in verse
After-dusk time, to a poet
Poetical twilight
"I should ___ die with pity, / To see another thus": King Lear
Brief period of time?
Nighttime, in verse
Poet's evening
Early night, to a poet
Dark time, in verse
Browning's bedtime?
Bard's twilight
"Cant" or "hallow" ending
Twilight time, to a poet
"Is it ___ so? Then I defy you, stars!": Romeo
Morn's opposite
Poet's sundown
Poetic gloaming
Contraction before "now"
Literary contraction
Ending with "Hallow"
Poetic nightfall
Nightfall, to poets
Hallow conclusion
"Hallow" ending
Bard's nightfall
Velvet attachment?
When night comes o'er the land
Poetic contraction
Keats's nightfall
Bard's contraction
Dark time for poets
Morn's opposite
Tennyson's twilight
Dark time for poets
Bard's contraction
Tennyson's twilight
Morn's opposite
Donne's dinnertime?
Tennyson's twilight
Dark time for poets
Bard's dusk
Twilight, poetically
Night of poetry?
Night of yore
Poet's early night
Poetic dusk
Dark'ning time
Darkening time in verse
Dusk, in verse
Dark'ning time
Darkening time in verse
Day's end, in verse
Dusk, to poets
Dark time, for short
Dark time, to a bard
Poetic dark period
Suffix with velvet
Dusk, in verse
Twilight, to a poet
Velvet end?
Twilight time, to a poet
Tennyson's dusk
Poetic time of day
Nighttime's start, in poetry
It adds 10 to 8?
Evening, in an ode
Day's end, poetically
Ending for velvet or Hallow
Sonneteer's sundown
Twilight, to Tennyson
Dusk, to Donne
Literary contraction
Suffix with velvet
Sunset follower, in poetry
Poetic time
Bard's nightfall
Poetic adverb
Poetic sunset time
Poetic sunset time
Poet's dark time
"__ then would be some stooping": Browning
Dusk, to Donne
Last letters appropriate for October's last day
"__ then would be some stooping": Browning
Post-dusk
Twilight time, to a poet
Day's end, poetically
Bard's dark time
"___ now, while walking down the rural lane" (Longfellow)
Twilight, to Tennyson
Chaucer's twilight
Bard's nightfall
Bardic dusk
Early night, in an ode
Morn's opposite
Dusk, to Donne
Close of day, to poets
Bard's dark time
Morn's opposite
Poetic day's end
Quaint contraction
Night of yore
Poet's dark time
Sunset follower, in poetry
Tennyson's twilight
With 9-Down, albeit, poetically
Opposite of morn, to a poet
Suffix with velvet
Poetic contraction
Tennyson's twilight
Velvet finish
Bard's dusk
Poet's time
Dusk, to Donne
Bard's night
Bard's contraction
It may precede "tho"
"Faith, __ with losing his wits": "Hamlet"
Donne's dusk
"Faith, __ with losing his wits": "Hamlet"
Poetic day's end
Night of yore
Donne's dusk
Poe's evening
Night of poetry
It follows sunset, in poetry
Dusk, to Donne
Dusk, to Donne
Late-October date suffix
Velvet finish
"Hallow" ending
Dusk, to Donne
Nighttime, to a poet
Dusk, to Donne
Night of yore
Poetic darkness
Hallow ending
Keats's nightfall
Velvet finish
Night time, to Burns
Poet's contraction
Poetic night
Poetic nightfall
Sunset time, in verse
Nightfall of poetry
Poet's dusk
Sunset time, in verse
Night time, to Burns
Poet's contraction
Sunset time, in verse
Poetic night
Poetic contraction
Poet's dusk
Late-October suffix
"My Ploughman he comes hame at __": Burns
Poetic nighttime
Dusk, poetically
Bard's dark time
Dark time in poetry
Twilight, to Tennyson
___ tho
Attachment with velvet or Hallow
Still, to poets
Though, poetically
Poetic time
Still, in verse
Velvet finish?
"___ now the gulf appears in view": Byron
Bard's twilight
Night, in poetry
Sonneteer's sundown
Tho lead-in
Ending with hallow
Suffix with Hallow
Lyrical period
Chaucer's twilight
Velvet ending
Bard's bedtime?
Chaucer's twilight
Yet, poetically
Sunset time to Shelley
Poetic dusk
Poetic contraction
Bard's time
Poet's nighttime
Poet's contraction
Still, in poetry
Hallow end
Tennyson's dusk
Bard's bedtime?
Poetic nighttime
Poetic adverb
Velvet finish?
Ending for Hallow
Late in the day, poetically
Moreover, in poesy
Night, in poems
Velvet ender
Velvet finish?
October 31 suffix
Velvet finish
Hallow ending
Velvet finish
Donne's dusk
Cant end
Bard's early night
Bard's time
Night of poetry
Donne's dinnertime?
Poetic gloaming
Poetic gloaming
Ode time
Lyrical period
Donne's dinnertime?
Bard's time
Lyrical period
Velvet finish
Ode time
Rhyme time?
Twilight time to a poet
Night time, poetically
Still, in verse
Night time, poetically
Sundown, to Shelley
Yet, poetically
Teasdale's twilight time
Poetic contraction
Poetic contraction
Altho'
Poet's dusk
Tho'
Velvet finish?
Sundown, to Shelley
Velvet finish
Night, in verse
Poet's sundown
Velvet ender
Poet's evening
Dusk, to Donne
Poetic adverb
Literary adverb
Ending for Hallow
Literary time
Dark period for Donne
Nighttime, in poetry
Poetic time
Yet, poetically
Yet, to Yeats
Poet's contraction
Bard's contraction
"I should _____ die with pity" (King Lear)
Dusk, to John Donne
Poetic contraction
Poetic twilight
Yet, in verse
Yet, in verse
Sundown, in sonnets
Bard's nightfall
Dark time for poets
Poetic adverb
Nigh night?
Velvet finish?
Nighttime, to a poet
Literary contraction
Dark time for poets
Suffix with velvet
Dark period of poetry
Shakespearean contraction
Adverb in verse
Velvet finish?
Late in the day, for poets
Poet's sundown
Browning's bedtime?
Time of day, to poets
Suffix meaning "imitation"
Yet, poetically
Poetic nighttime
Velvet suffix
Browning night
Night, to Noyes
Sundown, in poesy
Poetic night time
Rhyme time?
Yet, in poems
Twilight poetically
Sundown, to Shelley
" _____ as the green-growing bud unfolds": Longfellow
Poetic time
Poet's shortening
Poet's verily
The bard's bedtime?
Fabric suffix
Ending for velvet
Night, to the Bard
Poetic adverb
After dark, poetically
After dusk, poetically
Even, to poets
Poetic contraction
Yet, in poems
Bard's early night
Poetic adverb
Cant trailer
"____for hate thou canst but kill": Melville
Fabric name ending
Laureate's level
Even in poetry
Yet, to a poet
Hallow finish?
Poetic night
Fabric name suffix
Velvet ending
Velvet finish
Poetic word
Night of poetry
Dusk, to Donne
It follows sunset, in poetry
Still, to poets
Though, poetically
When dark comes o'er the land
Yet, poetically
Nightfall, in verse
Hallow ending
Hallow end
Car finish
Velvet ending
Poet's dusk
Velvet tail
Eliot's level
Time of day to shelley
Poetically, on the same plane
P.M. hours, to a bard
Velvet finish
Poet's period after dusk
Gloaming, to poets
Post-dusk
Time of day, to a poet
Dusk to Browning
Gloaming
Time of darkling
Nighttime to poets
Still, to Steele
Donne's dusk
Velvet ending
Bard's twilight
Nighttime, in poetry
Poet's adverb
Poet's time
Hallow ender
Dinner time, to Donne
Nightfall, to bards
" . . . hour at ___": Burns
Nighttime's start, in poetry
Hallow follower
Yet, to W.S.
Poetic nightfall
Scop's end of day
Sunset time, to Shelley
Velvet ending
Velvet attachment
Yet, in poesy
"Frae morn to ___ . . . ": Burns
Even, in poesy
Gloaming
Byron's twilight
Frost-y night?
Twilight time, to Tennyson
At the same time, poetically
Dusk's time, to Tennyson
"___ Napoli": T. A. Daly
Velvet chaser
Postsundown time, to Poe
P.M. period in poesy
Evening, in poesy
Velvet ending
"___ let them clash!": Burns
"Frae morn to ___ . . . "
"___ Let Them Clash," Burns poem
Suffix for velvet
Sundown, to Spenser
Hallow ending
Poetic word
Plural ending for fellah
Ending for velvet
Poetic contraction
Ending for Hallow
Time of day, in poesy
Poetic time of night
Ending for "Hallow"
Imitation: Suffix
Suffix with velvet
Twilight in Scotland
Yet, to Shakespeare
Suffix for an inferior fabric
Dusk, to poets
Harold of comics
Poet's word
Irish diminutive suffix
"For ___ though vanquish'd, he could argue still": Goldsmith
Diminutive suffix meaning "dear one"
Even, to poets
Imitation: suffix
Imitation fabric: Suffix
Bard's word
Word in poems
Yet, to poets
Poetic time.
Time of day: Poet.
Poetic time of day.
Poetic contraction.
Poetic adverb.
Poet's word.
Yet, poetically speaking.
Notwithstanding: Poet.
Even: Poet.
Poetic word.
Poetic dusk.
Slough.
Anglo-Irish diminutive suffix.
Still: Poet.
Early night: Poet.
Evening: Poet.
Bardic "even."
Poet's "even."
Even: Contr.
Even: Poetic.
A Shakespearean "even."
Diminutive suffix: Anglo-Ir.
Yet: Contraction.
Twilight: Contr.
Eyes: Scot.
Even: Poetical.
Dusk, in poetry
Gloaming, even more poetically
"___ So, Lord Jesus, Quickly Come" (hymn)
Gloaming, to poets
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