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shadowed

[ shad-ohd ]
/ ˈʃæd oʊd /
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adjective Printing.
noting or pertaining to an ornamented type in which the embellishment is outside the character, especially one in which a black line at one side and at the top or bottom gives the effect of a cast shadow.
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Origin of shadowed

1350–1400 in general sense; Middle English; see shadow, -ed2

OTHER WORDS FROM shadowed

self-shadowed, adjective
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