For an instant her fame as a peerless and all-conquering Wonder Woman threatened to go into partial eclipse.
There will be a partial eclipse of the moon August 16, in the evening.
The sun, despoiled of a part of his rays, had lost his brilliancy, as if in a partial eclipse.
No other object was visible—only this red glare as of a sun in partial eclipse shining at the bottom of an immense hole.
A partial eclipse of the moon, partially visible at Greenwich, was down for the 22nd.
In proportion as we go down, this seemingly limitless panorama suffers a partial eclipse.
A partial eclipse of the sun will always occur about a fortnight before or after a total eclipse of the moon.
In this case we shall have both a northern and a southern limit of partial eclipse.
The partial eclipse was so singular that it arrested the attention of Inez, who uttered the exclamation 14 we have recorded.
No brief or partial eclipse of His favour would supply adequate occasion for these.
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An eclipse in which the part of the surface of a celestial object is obscured. See more at eclipse.