Definition Of adumbrate
report or represent in outline.
James Madison adumbrated the necessity that the Senate be somewhat insulated from public passions
Example Of adumbrate
(Reading across texts for a moment, this idea has been adumbrated in Kundera's earlier book Laughable Loves ).
An introduction sketches the book's key terms and thereby adumbrates its themes, especially the principal pair of beauty and the infinite.
And in fact there was an adumbrative whisper of Warholian values to come in a letter Demuth wrote to Alfred Stieglitz in 1927.
As to 5: The answer is plainly ‘Yes’ and for the reasons already adumbrated .
Because of the Fourth Symphony, writers tend to view the Prélude and Fugue as an adumbration , rather than as something aesthetically complete in its own right.