Antonyms for haloed

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The light upon his face deepened; it seemed to be haloed with a glory.

He moved beside her, magnified and haloed, as it were, by the dusk and the sunset.

Contrariwise, many a haloed pundit has had his occasional guffaw.

Those yellow-gray eyes were still burning with earnestness, and the bright head, haloed by its hair, was held high.

The man who carved the devils, like those who crowned the rocks of Le Puy with the haloed figures, created facts.

Deep in a crimson couch and haloed with the last brightness, lay the long, white outlines of a reclining figure.

Sir Arthurs parting words had haloed her daughter for her during these difficult days.

The haloed saints in the east window smiled down at her with calm eyes.

The larger was a little girl of eight years, with a dirty little cherub-face, haloed with flaxen ringlets.

While I was waiting in the green-room for my turn to go on, Gounod came in haloed with triumph.