- a land or region of shadows, phantoms, unrealities, or uncertainties: the shadowland of imagination.
Origin of shadowland
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Examples from the Web for shadowland
She knew that she was just a woman, after all, and he was a man, and the Dukedom had gone into shadowland.The Career of Katherine Bush
We will follow soon the others who have gone to the Shadowland.John Ermine of the Yellowstone
Reprinted from Shadowland, a magazine, by permission of the publishers and the author.
You see him only when the sunlight is on the face; you don't see him when he is in shadowland.Think
Col. Wm. C. Hunter
Not a Doomsman set out upon his long journey to the shadowland but that a Southron was forced to bear him company.The Doomsman
Van Tassel Sutphen
Word Origin and History for shadowland
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