eclipse

All Noun Verb
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  • And both these skills are quietly eclipsed by his word-for-word writing ability.
  • That's the reason why we see Eclipses of the sun and moon. Cited from Moorish Literature, by Anonymous
  • During the eclipse, he took pictures of the stars in the region around the Sun.
  • These ten longer lines, you see, mark the ten eclipses that constitute one of our days. Cited from The Girl in the Golden Atom, by Raymond King Cummings
  • These actions sent his military career and reputation into eclipse.
  • In the case of solar eclipses these can be used to date events in the past.
  • If one object moves into the shadow of another, the event is an eclipse.
  • Eventually the new addition began to eclipse Old Town in importance as the heart of the growing city.
  • While these are still important to the local economy, these have been eclipsed by tourism.
  • The discovery caused a brief gold rush which was soon eclipsed by a larger find further north.
  • The poet-chief would find himself eclipsed by one of his own kinsmen, however.
  • The eclipse male is like the female, but shows some green, especially on the throat.
  • Yet there are only a few men and women in each generation who really pass into the eclipsing shadow of it. Cited from Sir George Tressady, Vol. II, by Mrs. Humphry Ward
  • Something there must be in human nature that eclipses human nature, if it is to endure so much! Cited from Preaching and Paganism, by Albert Parker Fitch
  • He is holding his golden orb with his tail eclipsed over his head.
  • They again set the state single season scoring record eclipsing their own record set in 2009.
  • It was as though he wore a mask completely eclipsing every natural human feeling. Cited from Beth Norvell, by Randall Parrish
  • The eclipses of the following month deal with several countries. Cited from The Religion of Babylonia and Assyria, by Morris Jastrow
  • His reputation has been eclipsed by his own success.
  • Then, the sun passes through the opening at the neck, ending the eclipse.
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Meaning of eclipse

  • noun One celestial body obscures another
  • verb Cause an eclipse of (a celestial body) by intervention
    The Sun eclipses the moon today, Planets and stars often are occulted by other celestial bodies