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  1. overshadowedadjective

    superseded by, covered up by, overtaken or eclipsed

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of overshadowed in Chaldean Numerology is: 1

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of overshadowed in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4

Examples of overshadowed in a Sentence

  1. Marc Short:

    We certainly accomplished a lot that is sometimes overshadowed, you go back and think of things that you could have done differently. The failure to repeal( Obamacare) was certainly a disappointment. It was a disappointment that when given a chance to, that some wavered in that.

  2. Mat Staver:

    Because we didn't want the pope's visit to be overshadowed with Kim Davis.

  3. Peter Kadushin:

    While big-picture successes can sometimes be overshadowed by short-term headlines, it is these important priorities for New Yorkers that should be the focus.

  4. Curator Christophe Cherix:

    We feel she was never given the recognition for that. In a way her fame overshadowed the art and as a museum our role is to bring that back.

  5. Robert Stivers:

    It hurts me to think that the things that have been done in this administration will be overshadowed by a statement that is not defensible, if anyone asked me for my advice, I would say they should come out and make a statement, either clarifying it or being apologetic and getting the statement behind them.

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