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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    superseded by, covered up by, overtaken or eclipsed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. 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.

  2. The Hawaii congresswoman:

    I have not called for impeachment. Ive supported the inquiry, i still remain concerned about this inquiry being overshadowed by partisan interests.

  3. Craig Robinson:

    In the minds of voters, Walker is supposed to be this conservative reformer who will stand firm on difficult issues. That didn't come across in the debate at all, and Bush is supposed to be the clear front-runner and commanding figure in a huge field of candidates. He was overshadowed by everyone he shared the stage with, and there is not one memorable moment from him in the entire debate.

  4. Scott Reed:

    I'm not surprised it's not a fever on the campaign trail, it was a long time ago, and we had a great election in the meantime -- so it kind of overshadowed that critical buffoonery.

  5. Marc Boom:

    It is unfortunate that today’s milestone of Houston Methodist becoming the safest hospital system in the country is being overshadowed by a few disgruntled employees.

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