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Definition of Adumbrative
Adumbrative Ad*um"bra*tive, a.
Faintly representing; typical. --Carlyle.
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- Akhmatova became
an important leader
poetry. Her poem Requiem adumbrates
the perils encountered during
era. Another notable
to Arabic grammar
been first adumbrated
by Ali. His influence
has been important throughout Islamic
- skin and snakeskin, and patterns taken
designs. Cubism's adumbrated geometry became
coin of the realm
in the 1920s. Art Deco's development...
- Mr. Truman
is a Socialist. It is precisely because
he is not that his adumbration
of these policies
is significant. They show that the failure
- [were] ready
for the idea of a notional
or abstract contract
of the kind adumbrated
by Locke." In contrast, Kenyon
adds that Algernon
umbr- shade, shadow Latin umbra
adumbral, adumbrant, adumbrate
, antumbra, inumbrate, obumbrant, obumbrate, obumbration,...
when in the serious
amplified, qualified, adumbrated
and renuanced, until
the magazine's pale-gray pages
are essentially similar
of the male, exhibiting marked adumbrations
ocelli. Throughout, their plumage
- "lasting dynasty" (verse 28). Jon Levenson calls
this an "undeniable adumbration
" of Nathan's prophecy
in 2 Samuel
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