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shading

noun as in coloring

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noun as in eclipse

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A slope-angle shading feature allows you to easily visualize the steepness of hills to help keep you out of avalanche terrain.

One puzzle required shading or erasing squares on a grid to make some pattern symmetrical.

For example, one puzzle required shading or erasing squares on a grid to make a pattern symmetric.

It’s like rubbing your finger over a pencil drawing to even out the shading.

You can toggle area avalanche warnings on and off, or apply a slope shading layer that allows you to easily identify hazardous terrain.

The houses, under shading trees, seem drawn into themselves.

Darker colors indicate higher values; gray shading indicates unavailable data.

Along the way, I got an education in shading, depth, perspective, and all the other basics of drawing.

It's about 10-12 feet high, maybe more, shading her windows and dropping leaves into her yard.

At the dress rehearsal she stopped in mid-squat and, shading her eyes, peered out into the auditorium.

Down in the field Tim appeared from the maze of corn-stalks and looked my way beneath a shading hand.

Again Tim appeared from the maze of corn and stood shading his eyes and gazing toward the house.

The better way is to make only two qualities of the wrappers in shading—viz., light and dark cinnamon "selections."

He pulled the curtains apart and shading his eyes from the light of the room looked down towards the city.

Then he walked straight to the pantry window, and shading his eyes with his hands, carefully took stock of the interior.

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On this page you'll find 25 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to shading, such as: complexion, null, quality, null, null, and variegation.

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

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