Antonyms for over-shadowed

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The duke was over-shadowed by his ministers and thought of setting aside his eldest son.

Private curiosity and possible kindliness were over-shadowed by a general arrogance of goodness.

Cybele knew that when the angel had over-shadowed her, as she sang, he had borne hence her aunt's spirit.

This is largely due to the fact that they were over-shadowed by the glory and successes of Marlborough.

The boughs stretched out to heaven, and over-shadowed Walhalla, the hall of the heroes.

On the over-shadowed deck all hands stood by the forebraces waiting for my order.

The village was on marshy ground, and over-shadowed by very old trees; one became melancholy there without knowing why.

When the dainty shadings of taste are over-shadowed by a "lardy" flavor, the true taste of the food itself is lost.

He cared little, anyway, for the legal right, as it was the sense of justice which over-shadowed everything else.

It was over-shadowed by the more perplexing problem of explaining himself in a masterless vessel.