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    shad·ow
    /ˈSHadō/

    noun

    • 1. a dark area or shape produced by a body coming between rays of light and a surface: "trees cast long shadows" Similar silhouetteoutlineshapecontour
    • 2. used in reference to proximity, ominous oppressiveness, or sadness and gloom: "the shadow of war fell across Europe" Similar cloudblack cloudpallgloom

    verb

    • 1. envelop in shadow; cast a shadow over: "the market is shadowed by St. Margaret's church" Similar overshadowcast a shadow overenvelop in shadowshade
    • 2. follow and observe (someone) closely and secretly: "he had been up all night shadowing a team of poachers" Similar followtrailtrackdog someone's footsteps

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