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- n. Plural form of shade.
- n. (slang) sunglasses, sun-glasses
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of shade.
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- n. spectacles that are darkened or polarized to protect the eyes from the glare of the sun
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If they did, they wore coverings over their fur in shades no keeper had seen.
Three strong looks in shades of concrete from Jeremy Laing were first on the runway (though he already showed in New York) followed by some unremarkable suit separates and dresses in soft pink, dove gray and black from Lida Biday.
The interiors are black-and-white with toning and highlights in shades of yellow, an eye-catching combination.
And on the subway (god, I miss people-watching on the subway!), a woman, a larger woman, wearing deep purple jeans and a ribbed sweter in shades of purple and white.
I was more keen on the gloves worn by the dude in shades, but they don't seem to be listed.
As in: Here is the novelist Michael Cunningham, on a Monday, in shades of gray -- gray of hair, gray of shirt, grayed in by concrete and cigarette ash, and gray of perspective on what, if anything, it means to be a gay novelist who's written a fairly gay book at a very gay time.
Anyone who wants to read a novel that talks about tough ethical questions and has characters whose lives are in shades of grey will enjoy Marseguro.
In the mirror above the fireplace he caught sight of himself, a ghostly wraith in shades of gray.
Make sure Greasemonkey is enabled - look for the monkey face and make sure it's in shades of brown, not grey.
~There are certain shades of limelight that can wreck a girl's complexion.