inumbrate

transitive verb in·um·brate \ˈinəmˌbrāt, ə̇ˈnə-\

Definition of inumbrate

-ed/-ing/-s

  1. :  to put in shadow :  shade

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Origin and Etymology of inumbrate

Latin inumbratus, past participle of inumbrare, from in- 2in- + umbrare to shade, from umbra shadow


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