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With the word 'twilight',


Does it differ in meaning in each context below?

I know the 2nd one means the' final ' part. What about no. 1 when it is used as an adjective?
First my guess is... abscure or dim?
Could anyone give me more examples of each case as well?


1. She enjoyed a twilight reputation there as an expert.

2. In the twilight of his life

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With the word 'twilight',


Does it differ in meaning in each context below?

I know the 2nd one means the' final ' part. What about no. 1 when it is used as an adjective?
First my guess is... abscure or dim?
Could anyone give me more examples of each case as well?


1. She enjoyed a twilight reputation there as an expert.

2. In the twilight of his life
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