As a boy, I spent several years in Indonesia and heard the call of the azaan at the break of dawn and at the fall of dusk.
Find a fisherman to take you out on the water at dusk to watch the natural pyrotechnics at their bellowing best.
The second game was shortened when disgusted fans began throwing their rented seat cushions onto the field at dusk.
The sunset was cruelly beautiful and as dusk deepened the Christmas lights on the firehouse grew grimly brighter.
This may have been an innocent American citizen, detained in a brutal prison facility for violating a dawn to dusk curfew.
dusk of that day had fallen before the word came to the deserted hotel.
It was then about dusk, and the night was coming on rapidly.
The time wore slowly on; the dusk became dimmer and dimmer, until it nearly bordered on total darkness.
Forth from a rugged arch, in the dusk below,640 Came mother Cybele!
Both our counsels made eloquent speeches, and just as dusk was falling, the Judge began his summing up.
c.1200, dosk "obscure, to become dark," perhaps from Old English dox "dark-haired, dark from the absence of light" (cognate with Swedish duska "be misty," Latin fuscus "dark," Sanskrit dhusarah "dust-colored;" also cf. Old English dosan "chestnut-brown," Old High German tusin "pale yellow") with transposition of -k- and -s-, perhaps via a Northumbrian variant (cf. colloquial ax for ask). But OED notes that "few of our words in -sk are of OE origin." A color word originally; the sense of "twilight" is recorded from 1620s.