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noun 
  1. A dark image projected onto a surface where light is blocked by the shade of an object.
My lengthened as the sun began to set.
  1. Relative darkness, especially as caused by the interruption of light; gloom, obscurity.
I immediately jumped in as I saw them approach.
  1. That which looms as though a shadow.
I don't have a of doubt in my mind that my plan will succeed.
The of fear of me being outed always affects how I live my life.
I lived in her my whole life.
  1. Merely a hint of substance.
He came back from war the of a man.
He did not give even a of respect to the professor.
  1. One who secretly or furtively follows another.
The constable was promoted to working as a for the Royals.
verb 
  1. To block light or radio transmission.
Looks like that cloud's going to us.
  1. To secretly track or follow another, to keep under surveillance.
  2. (complang) To make an identifier, usually a variable, inaccessible by declaring another of the same name within the scope of the first.
Etymology: Old English sceaduwe, inflected form of sceadu ( > English shade).


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