[ US /ˈʃæˌdoʊ/ ]
[ UK /ʃˈædəʊ/ ]
[ UK /ʃˈædəʊ/ ]
- cast a shadow over
make appear small by comparison
This year's debt dwarfs that of last year
follow, usually without the person's knowledge
The police are shadowing her
a premonition of something adverse
a shadow over his happiness
an inseparable companion
the poor child was his mother's shadow
something existing in perception only
a ghostly apparition at midnight
refuge from danger or observation
he felt secure in his father's shadow
an indication that something has been present
a tincture of condescension
there wasn't a trace of evidence for the claim
- shade within clear boundaries
- a spy employed to follow someone and report their movements
an unilluminated area
he moved off into the darkness
a dominating and pervasive presence
he received little recognition working in the shadow of his father
How To Use shadow In A Sentence
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- Chess takes the place of all the other passions, and the people in his life, including his parents, become shadowy, meaningless figures.
- Every jag, every bump on the wall revealed a zone of darkness that was worth to explore, but every time, in the shadows, there was just the sides of the cave, continuing.
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- I put on black eyeliner, mascara, red eye shadow with black tints towards the edges of my eyes, and ruby colored lipstick.
- Rising up off a stone bench that stood in a shadowy area out of the torchlight was a dark, robed figure. Dragons of Winter Night
- He stacked the books on pedestals, making three mysterious columns on one side of the shadowy gallery, two on the other.
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- About two hours after De Forest made his report, Green came in and reported that according to orders he had "shadowed" De Forest and Mrs. Maroney when they drove into the city. The Expressman and the Detective