adumbral

adumbral

[a-duhm-bruhl]
adjective
shadowy; shady.

Origin:
1835–45; ad- + Latin umbr(a) shade, shadow + -al1

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adumbral (ædˈʌmbrəl)
 
adj
poetic usually shadowy
 
[C19: from ad- (in the sense: in) + Latin umbra shadow]

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