Definitions

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  • adj. Not shadowed; not covered by a shadow.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Not clouded; not darkened; hence, free from gloom: as, an unshadowed path; unshadowed enjoyment.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. not darkened or obscured by shadow

Etymologies

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un- +‎ shadowed

Examples

  • Early on, Mr. Hockney was loosely associated with Pop, but his evocations of Southern California, the pools and the pool boys, were unshadowed in a way Pop was not.

    The Unconfounding Delight of David Hockney

  • I dreamed of him last night, I saw his face All radiant and unshadowed of distress, And as of old, in music measureless, I heard his golden voice and marked him trace Under the common thing the hidden grace, And conjure wonder out of emptiness, Till mean things put on beauty like a dress And all the world was an enchanted place.

    Oscar Wilde, His Life and Confessions

  • Paler than she had been at home, and a little quieter than I had thought natural when she was yet so cheerful and hopeful, her face was so unshadowed that I half believed she was blinded by her love for

    Bleak House

  • No man, woman or child that “mattered” went about “unshadowed” after

    The Shape of Things to Come

  • Enchantments: From the unshadowed 4th row skip to main

    From the unshadowed 4th row

  • The sea smooth as glass, and an horizon unshadowed by a single cloud, terminates the view in front; and a little on the left, through a vista of lofty chesnut and palm-trees, several small islands were distinctly observed, studding the light blue wave with spots of emerald green.

    The Vampyre

  • Woman, he smelled, hormones in balance, full of life, unshadowed by death.

    Asimov's Science Fiction

  • My head was light, without pain and without pressure, and my mood was unshadowed.

    Hunger

  • No more to hear echoes, no more to see phantoms, to conjure up no opposition, but to walk always unshadowed, making no impress upon the dead earth.

    The Waves

  • For the very first time in all of the time that Vetch had known him, Ari broke into a broad and unshadowed smile.

    Joust

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