afterglow lingered

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  • A primrose-coloured afterglow lingered in the sky, and the gas lights along the pavement still burned pale and white. Cited from Kathleen, by Christopher Morley
  • A belated lemon afterglow lingered at the edge of the sky ahead. Cited from The Lighted Match, by Charles Neville Buck
  • This night a wonderful afterglow lingered long in the west, and against the golden-red of clear sky the bold, black head of Mount Ord reared itself aloft, beautiful but aloof, sinister yet calling. Cited from The Lone Star Ranger by Zane Grey
  • On such an evening, while the red afterglow lingered, he might be mending a passing trader's firearms by the fires of the primitive forge his father had set up near the trading path running from Hillsborough to the Catawba towns. Cited from Pioneers of the Old Southwest by Constance Skinner
  • As soon as supper was set forth, piping hot and flanked by flagons of beer and wine, on the lawn, and the guests had assembled to partake of the good cheer, while yet the afterglow lingered along the Danube, these dusky musicians appeared and installed themselves in a corner. Cited from Lippincott's Magazine, Vol. 22, August, 1878, by Various