shadow

Part of speech: adjective

SHADOWLESS.

Part of speech: verb

To cast a shadow; shade; darken.

Part of speech: verb

To foreshow dimly; often with forth or out.

Part of speech: verb

To follow as a spy; dog.

Part of speech: noun

Partial darkness caused by the interception of light; shade; gloom; obscurity; sadness.

Part of speech: noun

Something shadowy; a type; faint trace.

Part of speech: noun

Shelter; covert; protection.

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Usage examples "shadow":

  1. Like a black shadow, Agnes Barker had passed out of the house. - "Mabel's Mistake", Ann S. Stephens.
  2. He glanced back just as I opened my eyes, but once more my head was in shadow and the moonlight between us. - "The Cavalier", George Washington Cable.
  3. But not even the memory of that hour or that youth now threw a shadow upon her heart or life. - "Trumps", George William Curtis.