Vespertine [VES-pər-tahyn]

Part of speech: adjective
Origin: Latin, 16th century

1. Relating to, occurring, or active in the evening.

Examples of vespertine in a sentence

“The pub is lovely in the daytime, but it comes alive when the vespertine crowd arrives after supper.”

“There are a few different vespertine animals, including owls, living in our acre of forest.”