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- adj. Being in the shade, not in direct light.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of shade.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Marked with gradations of color.
- Screened; sheltered.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. protected from heat and light with shade or shadow
- adj. (of pictures or drawings) drawn or painted with degrees or gradations of shadow
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Ziervogel gets up from her aluminum chair to sit down in another chair and smoke a Marlboro in what she calls her shaded "little garden."
This is a good groundcover in shaded areas with dry soil.
This helps me not to have to fill them wuite as often and lets me position them where The deer will be shaded from the sun in the afternoon and can take full sun in the morning when they might want to warm up.
I even used it to spray the vinyl siding on my house to prevent the green algae that forms in shaded areas.
Once she got him out to the orchard she handed him some of the hail still remaining in shaded ground.
She struck Blue suddenly with her rein-ends and went clattering up the trail where the snow lay in shaded, crusty patches rimmed with dirt.
He sat for a full hour, his eyes shaded from the lamp, his hands locked round his knee, doing nothing, and finding it most difficult.
And as I stood and watched Evesham's aeroplanes sweep to and fro -- those birds of infinite ill omen -- she stood beside me watching me, perceiving the trouble indeed, but not perceiving it clearly -- her eyes questioning my face, her expression shaded with perplexity.
And as I stood and watched Gresham's aeroplanes sweep to and fro -- those birds of infinite ill omen -- she stood beside me, watching me, perceiving the trouble indeed, but not perceiving it clearly -- her eyes questioning my face, her expression shaded with perplexity.
It is best, if possible, to have a portion of the bed somewhat shaded from the sun for a part of the day.