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With night coming on, we started home.


(What other expressions can we use instead of 'with night coming on'? Would you let me know the similar expressions to the sentence?
Thank you.)

  • English -

    As the sun was setting, we started for home.

    When it got dark outside, we started for home.

    (There are other variations, but these will get you started.)

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