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  • n. Plural form of shadower.


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  • The work required colleagues, assistants, "shadowers," and reciprocal arrangements with bureaus in other cities.

    The Winning Clue

  • Every year the chosen winner meets with cries of 'What?!' from at least half the shadowers, and the consequent arguments about why it should/shouldn't have won inspire even more lively analysis of the merits of all the books.

    Got the Horse Right Here

  • When they had gone far enough to be clear and had checked their back trail for any shadowers, Pike waved the group together and dismounted.

    Vulcan’s Glory

  • The BISMARCK now turned to the west and the British shadowers followed, Admiral Tovey's squadron still pursuing.

    The Lonely Sea

  • One or two of the troopers muttered at the sight, and there were anxious glances at our shadowers, who had lined up on either side of the gateway.


  • On the other hand, it would be difficult to achieve decisive results or shake off fast shadowers in the bright moonlight nights of the South Atlantic.

    Graf Spee

  • Superior enemy naval forces which have been clearly observed from on board Spee make it appear to the Commanding Officer quite out of the question to shake off shadowers and thus achieve a successful break-through to Germany.

    Graf Spee

  • "He certainly is expert in eluding shadowers," admitted Dean.

    The Apartment Next Door

  • But I managed to give my shadowers quite a wrong impression and I passed from the house, where I keep a few stock disguises, under their very noses.

    The Slave of Silence

  • Then, taking advantage of the wet grass that effectually deadened the sound of their footsteps, they had turned the tables on their shadowers.

    The Submarine Hunters A Story of the Naval Patrol Work in the Great War


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