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Dec 7, 2023

[Answer] What word means “of or pertaining to twilight”?

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...1. Diurnal 2. Surreptitious 3. Crepuscular 4. Recreant

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Crepuscular - “Crepuscular” comes from the Latin "crepusculum," meaning “twilight” or “dusk," which in turn dates back to the Latin "creper," meaning "obscure” or “uncertain.” The first known usage in English, from 1668, was in the sense of “dim or indistinct,” when a writer in a philosophy journal referred to having “lost the crepuscular remains of my sight.” By the 1700s "crepuscular" referred more specifically to twilight, especially evening twilight. Today the term is often used to refer to animals that are mainly active during twilight hours. These animals can often be found in extreme climates like deserts, which tend to be extremely hot during the day and brutally cold at night.:

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