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[uhn-shad-ohd] /ʌnˈʃæd oʊd/
not shadowed; not darkened or obscured by shadow; free from gloom.
Origin of unshadowed
1585-95; un-1 + shadow + -ed2 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • The time arrived when Mr. and Mrs. Lancaster were constrained to set their faces homeward: but they did so with unshadowed hearts.

    Dust Julian Hawthorne
  • Back to her dream the princess went, unshadowed by any thought of love.

    Old Greek Folk Stories Told Anew Josephine Preston Peabody
  • And so the empty tomb becomes the symbol of a thoroughfare between life in time and life in the unshadowed Presence of our God.

  • They were clear now––unshadowed by doubt, fear, or question.

    The Web of the Golden Spider Frederick Orin Bartlett
  • Her face flushed with gladness; she smiled with all a child's unshadowed joy.

    Under Two Flags Ouida [Louise de la Ramee]
  • This is the ship of pearl, which poets feign, sails the unshadowed main.

  • I look back upon it as a beautiful, unshadowed dream out of doors or in a pleasant house where everybody loved me.

  • It was the buoyant laugh of a man full of the great spirit of adventure, and whose lust is unshadowed by a single care.

    The Triumph of John Kars Ridgwell Cullum
  • The homeliness of her large mild eyes embraced me unshadowed, and took me to its inner fire unreservedly.

  • It was new; never before had I seen so complete an exuberance, so unshadowed a bliss.

    Up and Down Edward Frederic Benson

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