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unshadowed

Line breaks: un|shad¦owed
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈʃadəʊd
 
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Definition of unshadowed in English:

adjective

Not covered or darkened by a shadow or shadows: square, unshadowed two-storey houses figurative her eyes, unshadowed, intelligent, were unmoving on his
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  • So far, I have been going in and out of the Waldorf, where the Forum is being held, unshadowed by a single demonstrator.
  • I was nine years old, the perfect age, I now think, for being able to appreciate what was happening - to have some (however limited) technical understanding of it and yet be unshadowed by the terrors of adolescence.
  • Alone in an immense, perfectly flat valley backing onto Mount Cook National Park, I played fugitive, spending my days stalking the brown trout that floated dead-center in the streams, arrogant and regal, unshadowed by man.

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