eventide

[ee-vuhn-tahyd]
noun

Origin:
before 950; Middle English; Old English ǣfentīd. See even2, tide2

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eventide (ˈiːvənˌtaɪd)
 
n
archaic, poetic or another word for evening

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eventide
O.E. æfentid; see evening + tide.
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Example sentences
We hear them saying their melodious prayers at morning's blush and eventide.
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