umbrageous [ uhm-brey-juhs ]
1. creating or providing shade; shady: an umbrageous tree.
2. apt to take offense.
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WORDS RELATED TO UMBRAGEOUS
cloudy, cool, covered, dark, dim, dusky, indistinct, leafy, screened, shaded, shadowy, shady, sheltered, adumbral, bosky, shadowed
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Origin: First recorded in 1580–90; umbrage + -ous
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB FOR UMBRAGEOUS
A garden with umbrageous trees Is here for you to take your ease.
AN ONLOOKER IN FRANCE 1917-1919|WILLIAM ORPEN
Here, in a deep umbrageous valley, traversed by a limpid stream, the thirteen pioneers built a house little better than a barn.
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In short, they were just natural buttresses, without which the stem could not have supported its heavy and umbrageous top.
THE CORAL ISLAND|R.M. BALLANTYNE
They were in Arcady, but deprived of its ancient privilege of sylvan and umbrageous solitude.
THE SILVER BUTTERFLY|MRS. WILSON WOODROW
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