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Adjective: shadowed  sha-dowd
  1. Filled with shade
    "the surface of the pond is dark and shadowed";
    - shady, shadowy, umbrageous
Verb: shadow  sha-dow
  1. Follow, usually without the person's knowledge
    "The police are shadowing her"
  2. Cast a shadow over
    - shade, shade off
  3. Make appear small by comparison
    "This year's debt shadows that of last year";
    - overshadow, dwarf

See also: shaded

Type of: command, darken, dominate, follow, overlook, overtop

Encyclopedia: Shadowed

Shadow, Virginia