adumbratively

adumbrative

[a-duhm-bruh-tiv, ad-uhm-brey-tiv]
adjective
foreshadowing; sketchy; faintly indicative.

Origin:
1830–40; adumbrate + -ive

adumbratively, adverb
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adumbrate (ˈædʌmˌbreɪt)
 
vb
1.  to outline; give a faint indication of
2.  to foreshadow
3.  to overshadow; obscure
 
[C16: from Latin adumbrātus represented only in outline, from adumbrāre to cast a shadow on, from umbra shadow]
 
adum'bration
 
n
 
adumbrative
 
adj
 
ad'umbratively
 
adv

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