Shadowy



adjective, shadowier, shadowiest.
1.
resembling a shadow in faintness, slightness, etc.:
shadowy outlines.
2.
unsubstantial, unreal, or illusory:
shadowy preoccupations.
3.
abounding in shadow; shady:
a shadowy path.
4.
enveloped in shadow.
5.
casting a shadow.
adjective
1.
full of shadows; dark; shady
2.
resembling a shadow in faintness; vague
3.
illusory or imaginary
4.
mysterious or secretive: a shadowy underworld figure

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