[ uhn-shad-ohd ]

  1. not shadowed; not darkened or obscured by shadow; free from gloom.

Origin of unshadowed

First recorded in 1585–95; un-1 + shadow + -ed2

Words Nearby unshadowed

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How to use unshadowed in a sentence

  • When she left the dark bank for the unshadowed stream, the wind struck her brow and the glittering stars perplexed her.

    Audrey | Mary Johnston
  • Karen quite realized that her status must be a very different one from that of the unshadowed young girl.

    Tante | Anne Douglas Sedgwick
  • The unshadowed eyes in the pudding visage rested on the three five-dollar bills Hahn still held in his hand.

    The Messenger | Elizabeth Robins
  • At the very last, he turned upon his side, looked into his mother's face, his eyes unshadowed and joyous.

    The Secret of the Storm Country | Grace Miller White
  • The background itself, modified by many an unshadowed promontory, was accented in caverns of manger and223 roof.

    Christmas | Zona Gale