Sundowner’s
 n.— «In March, my dad will be 86 years old. He has Alzheimer’s disease. My brothers, sister and I noticed changes in his personality about nine years ago. We are thankful he doesn’t get violent, although the evenings bring on what is known as “Sundowner’s,” when he becomes more confused and agitated.» —“Time with Dad, one moment at a time” by Linda Jaeger Warrenton Journal (Missouri) Jan. 1, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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