He might make an agreeable companion for Mubarak as they spend their sunset years reflecting on what might have been.
And near the end of the play, Seguin offered an allusion to Fiddler on the Roof, yelling, “Sunrise, sunset!”
“It is not a romantic comedy in that two lovers go off hand and hand and walk into the sunset,” she said.
We came ashore several hours after sunset, into the teeth of a raging battle.
A spot viewed at dawn looks utterly different at noon and again at sunset.
She was terrible as an army with banners; fair as the sea or the sunset.
At sunset he would have stopped for the day, camping on the spot.
But he much prefers darkness to light, and takes excursions after sunset.'
At sunset the thermometer was at 50°, and at midnight at 30°.
It was just on sunset when he returned to arrange for Harding to go out with him about midnight.
: A patient who suffers delusions and disorientation at night, but not by daylight (1980s+ Medical)