Definition of Latening
1. laten [v] - See also: laten
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Latening
Literary usage of Latening
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Bachelor of Arts: A Monthly Magazine Devoted to University Interests and edited by John Seymour Wood (1896)
"The after-glow of the latening twilight lingered in the sky. Here and there lights shone out, appearing two and three at a time, at first star-like; ..."
2. Fifty Years After: A School Girl Abroad Fifty Years Ago by Mary Wiley Staver (1899)
"And, as if further to prove to us the varying beauty, the latening sun piercing its rays through the trees and branches edging the mountain, ..."
3. Mademoiselle de Berny: A Story of Valley Forge by Pauline Bradford Mackie Hopkins (1897)
"The officer sauntered towards the stable, his pompous little figure in its scarlet uniform brilliant in the mellow sunlight of the latening afternoon. ..."
4. Second Thoughts by Rhoda Broughton (1880)
"And now that, as with each latening summer day, the conviction comes more frostily over her that this home is lost to her, this centre destroyed, ..."