Definition Of shadow
a dark area or shape produced by a body coming between rays of light and a surface.
trees cast long shadows
an inseparable attendant or companion.
her faithful shadow, a Yorkshire terrier called Heathcliffe
envelop in shadow; cast a shadow over.
the market is shadowed by St. Margaret's church
follow and observe (someone) closely and typically secretly.
he had been up all night shadowing a team of poachers
used in reference to proximity, ominous oppressiveness, or sadness and gloom.
the shadow of war fell across Europe
Example Of shadow
A shadow crossed her face at his words and Dmitri became serious again.
A shadow crossed his face, and he quickly changed the topic.
A shadow seemed to cross both of the brother's faces as Damien sat down next to Morgan.
A shadow seemed to suddenly cross his devilish looks, and he avoided my eyes.
a freedom that was more shadow than substance