shadow

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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SHADOW

They possessed no watches but they measured time by the shadow of the sun-dial.

His footfall was a feathery thing that carried him like a shadow to the door.

The bright eyes burned at him for a moment longer out of the shadow.

Running the car into the shadow of a ruined house, I try to sleep.

You would  have not a shadow of a case against him in the courts.

Then the chief slid out of a shadow and come at us like a tiger.

And, before the danger line had been crossed, he was worn to a shadow.

Nothing was left her in the valley but the shadow, and the last weapon, All-prayer.

She lies athwart the lands, and her shadow is over the seas.

"Out from the shadow then," said the other, drawing his sword.

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