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becloud to cause to be in shadow; darken with clouds. [1/2 definitions]
galanty show a shadow play performed by throwing the shadows of puppets on a screen or wall.
gnomon the column on a sundial that casts a shadow and thus indicates the time of day.
Groundhog Day February 2, on which tradition asserts that a certain groundhog comes out of its hole, and that if it sees its shadow, six more weeks of winter weather will follow.
impressionism (often cap.) a style of painting, originating in France in the late nineteenth century, directed toward capturing the vitality of a subject through observing the play of colored light and shadow upon it and painting quickly, using short brush strokes and unmixed colors. [1/2 definitions]
lunar eclipse the obscuring of the moon's reflected light by the earth's shadow when the earth passes between the moon and the sun.
overshadow to cast a shadow or shadows over. [1/2 definitions]
penumbra the partially lighted shadow that surrounds the complete shadow of an opaque body such as the moon during an eclipse. (Cf. umbra.) [1/3 definitions]
project to cause (an image, light, or shadow) to extend forward or appear on a surface. [1/11 definitions]
shadow to cast a shadow on or over; shade. [1/12 definitions]
shadowless combined form of shadow.
shadowy resembling a shadow; vague, faint, or illusory in nature. [2 definitions]
sundial an apparatus with a projecting shaft or style that projects a shadow onto a flat circular disk and thus shows the approximate time of day.
umbra a shadow or darkened area. [2 definitions]