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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of shadow.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In heraldry, same as entrailed.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. filled with shade
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His attention was focused on Dante, his expression shadowed and brooding, a teenager’s intense and single-minded want despite the fact that he was actually a year or two older than Dante.
In that situation the instinct is to hide, rather than to sit down on the railway line, the threat of a soon-moving train shadowed by the menace of a chanting crowd with camera phones.
The mean annual rainfall is about 3,000 millimeters (mm), but varies with elevation from ~1,750 mm at the base (1,430 mm at the north end) to ~3,300 mm on the peaks, also with aspect, ocean-facing slopes being wetter than north-facing rain shadowed slopes.
The way he smiled in response, his expression shadowed in the dimmer corrider, did nothing for her equanimity.
Gabriel saw her and started to stride in her direction, his expression shadowed by the thickening twilight.
David beat her to it, knelt and handed it to her, his expression shadowed from her as he stared up at her in a curious seeking manner.
Or by his homestead, or in shadowed yards He lingers where his children used to play, Or through the market, on the well-worn stones He stalks until the dawn-stars burn away.
New York politics more profitable than law, and after a long time passed in city affairs, had emerged with a name shadowed by certain doubtful transactions.
When the loss of signal strength caused by precipitation becomes dominant, some areas are then 'shadowed' - that is, entirely obscured from view.
I only wish, "his expression shadowed abruptly," I only wish I didn't have to remember that nothing could bring him to shake hands with me. "