Verb(1) be greater in significance than(2) make appear small by comparison(3) cast a shadow upon
(1) And, of course, what President would want to appoint his predecessor, a man of great charm and pizzaz, to a position where he might actually overshadow the new President.(2) The court hopes that this film's quality will eventually overshadow its bizarre notoriety.(3) Social values and the promotion of a positive self image are at the forefront and for some, overshadow mere competition.(4) But too often, experts say, economic issues overshadow important emotional considerations.(5) These stories tend to overshadow the way Lottery grants have made a real difference to countless grassroots organisations.(6) And his parents always caught him at the wrong times - and then there was always Quasim to overshadow him and make everything worse.(7) Indeed, certain aspects, such as the important provider role, may overshadow the progressive and egalitarian ideals and behaviors that are becoming so prevalent.(8) Why then does his plight overshadow the tender story of the prince?(9) it is easy to let this feeling of tragedy overshadow his story(10) He said the scheme was pitched below the height of Victorian Behrens Warehouse standing opposite and would not overshadow it.(11) People living near the site fear the development will overshadow their homes, increase noise and traffic and lead to a loss of privacy.(12) But it was not intended to stand apart from his scientific work, let alone overshadow it.(13) Once again, however, while it is a strong female with both feminine and masculinized qualities who has saved the day, there is no strong male partner present to overshadow her.(14) There is an inevitable sense of foreboding and personal betrayal that seem to overshadow any story told in this genre.(15) It was inevitable that the tragedy would overshadow the rout.(16) Investor gloom may well overshadow improving economic fundamentals through the summer.
1. cast a shadow over ::
2. cast gloom over ::
3. outshine ::
4. eclipse ::
5. shadow ::
1. illuminate ::
2. illumine ::
3. lighten ::
Different Formsovershadow, overshadowed, overshadowing, overshadows
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