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Shadow, vb. 1) to hide: “coal-black clouds that s. heaven's light,” Ven. 533. “his nose being --ed by his neighbour's ear,” Lucr. 1416. “there serve your lust, --ed from heaven's eye,” Tit. II, 1, 130. “thereby shall we s. the numbers of our host and make discovery err in report of us,” Mcb. V, 4, 5.
2) to shelter, to protect: “--ing their right under your wings of war,” John II, 14.
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