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After years of being overshadowed by Armstrong, cyclist Greg LeMond is the only American to have fairly won the Tour de France.

Those groups have deep organizational roots and were instrumental in the takeover but have been largely overshadowed by ISIS.

Their story of their service is often overshadowed by the triumphs and sorrows of their male counterparts.

That fact has been completely overshadowed, said the think-tank head.

Though he remains overshadowed by Mikan to this very day, in truth, the two's college match-ups were just about even.

As a cavalry leader in the field he was overshadowed by the brilliant and more striking King of Naples.

Moreover the woods, and every sweetsmelling tree have overshadowed Israel by the commandment of God.

Ramsgate—with the exception of its highest spires—was overshadowed by the wing of approaching night.

A magnificent mahogany tree, whose luxuriant branches overshadowed the whole clearing, stood nearly in the centre.

Public Buildings, &c.—The public buildings are somewhat overshadowed in interest by the ecclesiastical.


On this page you'll find 34 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to overshadowed, such as: outweigh, dim, dwarf, eclipse, dominate, and cloud.

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