Twilight-zone meaning

A situation or state of mind seemingly between reality and fantasy.
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Twilight zone is the mental state between reality and fantasy, or the lowest level of the ocean that light can penetrate.

When you come home and your extremely messy teenager has cleaned the house from top to bottom, this is an example of a time when you might feel you are living in the twilight zone.

An example of the twilight zone was a sci-fi TV show called "The Twilight Zone" that told stories of weird events and alternate worlds.

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An area of ambiguity between two distinct states or conditions.

A twilight zone between good and evil.

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A vague or uncertain area or state.

An ethical twilight zone between right and wrong.

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A region or context located in between others and therefore not subject to their norms.
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(figuratively) A region in which surreal, supernatural, or fantastic events occur.
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Origin of twilight-zone

  • From the anthology television series The Twilight Zone, first aired in 1959.

    From Wiktionary