Words nearby shaded
OTHER WORDS FROM shadedshad·ed·ness, nounwell-shad·ed, adjective
Definition for shaded (2 of 2)
- darkness gathering at the close of day: Shades of night are falling.
- Informal. sunglasses.
- a reminder of something: shades of the Inquisition.
verb (used with object), shad·ed, shad·ing.
- to introduce degrees of darkness into (a drawing or painting) in order to render light and shadow or give the effect of color.
- to render the values of light and dark in (a drawn figure, object, etc.), especially in order to create the illusion of three-dimensionality.
verb (used without object), shad·ed, shad·ing.
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Examples from the Web for shaded
“Look there,” he said, flicking his machete at the shaded ground.
I can contemplate my own death without unease, but every goodbye to one of my children is shaded by dread.
If you can take them into a shaded area, inside to a building with a cooling system, you can prolong by a few days.
Her profile stood out clear in the shaded room, and in spite of myself a great heart-throb passed over me.A Breath of Prairie and other stories|Will Lillibridge
She had scarce reached her favorite lookout spot, a shaded cliff, when she saw Goodnow approaching.The Girl From Tim's Place|Charles Clark Munn
If possible, make the seed-bed in a moist retentive soil and in a shaded situation.
The frost was not yet out of the ground, but the shaded road was dry underfoot.The Quality of Mercy|W. D. Howells
I have come to say good–bye, Jenny, he said, as he entered the shaded room in which his cousins were lying.With the Allies to Pekin|George Alfred Henty