Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


A good many pages back there was an instance of over-shadowing, I think.

Burl stepped out from a group of over-shadowing toadstools and halted.

To be sure, they know the pinch of famine; but somethe really well-to-doare clear of the over-shadowing dread of it.

By these means the Lady Maria had attained to an over-shadowing popularity in the town.

Unity and decision of character result, when the Will steadily acts in harmony with some one over-shadowing propensity.

A flight of steps lead up an artificial mound, over-shadowing the somewhat barrack-like palace, where stands the new cathedral.

It became immense and over-shadowing, and every one stood rigid as it swept across the sun above the vicarage chimneys.

France forbore to press it, and the United States were happy to avoid the over-shadowing question.

But never does it seem so entrancing as out in the open on a calm evening beneath the branches of the tall, over-shadowing trees.