But feverish speculation and the constant patter of Vaudevillian innuendo came to overshadow more serious business.
Yet spend time with her and the myth of Odessa's past comes to overshadow the present.
The notion that something fun and relaxing can also be healthy is extremely enticing, and may overshadow alcohol's drawbacks.
It continues to overshadow the positive things I did, including a lonely battle to write and enact tax reform in l986.
Adraee's stellar performance may overshadow his actual message so I have taken the time to break it down for you.
Infallibility never ceased to overshadow every step of the Council, but it had already given birth to a deeper question.
Nor should we permit our grievances to overshadow our opportunities.
Gonzague allowed his chin to fall upon his breast and an expression of deep gloom to overshadow his face.
There are phases in which something seems to overshadow the scene.
Indeed, the transcendency of his poetical distinctions has tended to overshadow his other claims and uses.
Old English ofersceadwian "to cast a shadow over, obscure;" see over + shadow (v.). It was used to render Latin obumbrare in New Testament, as were Middle High German überschatewen, Middle Dutch overschaduwen, Gothic ufarskadwjan. Figurative sense is from 1580s. Related: Overshadowed; overshadowing.