vespertine [ ves-per-tin, -tahyn ]
1. of, relating to, or occurring in the evening: vespertine stillness.
2. Botany. opening or expanding in the evening, as certain flowers.
3. Zoology. appearing or flying in the early evening; crepuscular.
Also ves·per·ti·nal [ves-per-tahyn-l].
Origin: 1495–1505; < Latin vespertīnus, equivalent to vespervesper + -tīnus adj. suffix
HOW TO USE VESPERTINE IN A SENTENCE
Up Broadway Chandler moved with the vespertine dress parade.
THE FOUR MILLION|O. HENRY
The vespertine hour was nigh, and over this iron landscape there floated the moon, an opal button in the sky.
Odors from strong bacon and boiling coffee contended against the cut-plug fumes from the vespertine pipe.
THE TRIMMED LAMP|O. HENRY
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