Eventide
Eventide E"ven*tide` . [AS. [=ae]fent[=i]d. See {Tide}.] The time of evening; evening. [Poetic.] --Spenser. [1913 Webster]

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  • eventide — O.E. æfentid; see EVEN (Cf. even) (n.) + TIDE (Cf. tide) …   Etymology dictionary

  • eventide — ► NOUN archaic or literary ▪ evening …   English terms dictionary

  • eventide — [ē′vən tīd΄] n. [ME < OE æfentid: see EVENING & TIDE1] Archaic evening …   English World dictionary

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  • eventide — noun evening The mist rises from the lake at eventide …   Wiktionary

  • eventide — n. archaic or poet. = EVENING. Phrases and idioms: eventide home a home for the elderly, orig. one run by the Salvation Army. Etymology: OE aeligfentid (as EVEN(2), TIDE) …   Useful english dictionary

  • eventide — noun Date: before 12th century the time of evening ; evening …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • eventide — /ee veuhn tuyd /, n. evening. [bef. 950; ME; OE aefentid. See EVEN2, TIDE2] * * * …   Universalium

  • eventide — Synonyms and related words: close of day, cockshut, dimpsy, dusk, eve, even, evening, evensong, gloaming, grayness, nightfall, setting sun, shut of day, sundown, sunset, the expiring day, twilight, vesper …   Moby Thesaurus

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