overshadow[ oh-ver-shad-oh ]SEE DEFINITION OF overshadow
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OVERSHADOW
Nor should we permit our grievances to overshadow our opportunities.
There are phases in which something seems to overshadow the scene.
He allowed no thought of personal safety or success to overshadow the truth.
Nor is it the Sanctuary alone they overshadow with their wings of light.
“My own experience does not overshadow my judgment entirely, I hope,” said Algitha.
If his end was unheroic, the blot does not overshadow his life.
Oh, Isabel, pray for our father, that his angel may overshadow him with strong wings.
He could not bear to overshadow her life in case, etc., etc.
Prosperity, good will, spiritual power and growth, overshadow the Church.
The rocks which overshadow it do not veil it from the open light.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR OVERSHADOW
- block out
- cloud the issue
- cover up
- muddy the waters
- throw up smoke screen
- call the shots
- detract from
- have one's way
- have upper hand
- hold sway over
- keep under thumb
- lay down the law
- lead by the nose
- play first fiddle
- prevail over
- reign supreme
- rule the roost
- run the show
- sit on top of