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Word of the Day 11/17/19

Obumbrate (verb, adjective)
obumbrate [ ob-uhm-breyt ]


verb (used with object), ob·um·brat·ed, ob·um·brat·ing.
1. to darken, overshadow, or cloud.

adjective
2. Obsolete. overshadowed, darkened.

OTHER WORDS FROM OBUMBRATE
ob·um·bra·tion, noun


Origin: 1505–15; < obumbrātus, past participle of obumbrāre; see obumbrant, -ate

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