- 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.
- Relative darkness, especially as caused by the interruption of light; gloom, obscurity.
- I immediately jumped in as I saw them approach.
- 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.
- 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.
- One who secretly or furtively follows another.
- The constable was promoted to working as a for the Royals.
- Dutch: schaduw(nl)m
- French: ombre(fr)f
- German: Schatten(de)m
- Italian: ombra(it)f
- Spanish: sombra(es)f
- To block light or radio transmission.
Etymology: Old English sceaduwe, inflected form of sceadu ( > English shade).
- Looks like that cloud's going to us.
- To secretly track or follow another, to keep under surveillance.
- (complang) To make an identifier, usually a variable, inaccessible by declaring another of the same name within the scope of the first.
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