verb (used without object)
Examples from the Web for sundown
But after sundown, she would enjoy what felt like a greater luxury.
The tour ended without event and Conor returned to the stationhouse after sundown.NYPD Scandals Obscure the Decency of the Majority, Cops Say|Michael Daly|November 11, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Torture, some people might call it, from sundown Sunday to sundown Friday.
At last—it was sundown of the sixteenth—the stage drove into Newbern.
Any one who is used to life in the open knows how at sundown wild birds foregather for a last conclave.Canada: the Empire of the North|Agnes C. Laut
"You-all come go with me now, if you want to see some fun," said Mr. Smith at sundown.Captain Ted|Louis Pendleton
We had neighbours so anxious to make our acquaintance that they called—nay, thrust themselves upon us—at sundown.With Our Army in Palestine|Antony Bluett
If yo' pa was 'live, he'd turn them out bag an' baggage befo' sundown.The Voice of the People|Ellen Glasgow