eclipse[ ih-klips ]SEE DEFINITION OF eclipse
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You are to buy The Dutchman as cheap as you can, and run him as your own horse in the Eclipse.
After Lucretia's win in the Eclipse, Porter did not land another race.
It would never do to let the Grahams eclipse the Lockwoods, you see.
If they were to have their will, all power was to be in their hands; their fame was to eclipse all other.
"You should have come in time, then, and seen the eclipse," said the Virginian.
He knew that his military reputation had suffered an eclipse.
But historically the eclipse was noticed only in the sixth year.
As it is, I am suffering, but it is not the suffering which follows an eclipse of hope.
The eclipse of the moon was attributed to their baneful influence.
An eclipse on the 20th day portends destruction of the king and his army.