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On April 8, 2024, a total eclipse will cross North America from Mexico to Newfoundland.

“They will be flying through the structure we will see from Earth during the solar eclipse,” Raouafi says.

Much of Europe and the northeastern United States will see a partial solar eclipse.

Immediately around that tiny partial eclipse, the same starlight that was being blocked by an exoplanet would pass through its atmosphere.

At that same conference in D.C. where she met Saa, Gurira performed an excerpt from Eclipsed.

The glamour of the seaside resort has long since been eclipsed by spectacular violence.

Indeed, when you read it, you comprehend how, almost inevitably, his oratorical gifts eclipsed his skill as a writer.

The first is the shared history of the Americas, too often eclipsed by the story of U.S. “exceptionalism.”

His flaws are eclipsed by the sizable shadow of his strengths.

From the moment that he touches the magical little hand, cousin George is eclipsed.

But she cared not—she saw a gathering school and rising church, which eclipsed all thought of present inattentions and gaucheries.

Notwithstanding its wealth, the house of the Medici was eclipsed on this occasion by the court of France.

Although eclipsed in show by some present, theirs was a new constellation, and they must support observation as they could.

But in the hour of his misfortune, a phenomenon not infrequent—the idea of God had become eclipsed in his mind.


On this page you'll find 70 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to eclipsed, such as: buried, clandestine, concealed, covered, covert, and dark.

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