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Adumbrate definition is - to foreshadow vaguely : intimate. ... candidate for those oft-published "lists of words you should know" (especially for vocabulary tests).

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Adumbrate definition, to produce a faint image or resemblance of; to outline or sketch. See more.

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Adumbration definition, to produce a faint image or resemblance of; to outline or sketch. See more.

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adumbrate meaning: to give only the main facts and not the details about something, especially something that will happen in the future: . Learn more.

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adumbrate. To adumbrate something is to outline it. In an English essay, you could adumbrate the themes in a novel; or, in a letter to Santa, you could ...

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Define adumbrate (verb) and get synonyms. What is adumbrate (verb)? adumbrate (verb) meaning, pronunciation and more by Macmillan Dictionary.

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Define adumbrate. adumbrate synonyms, adumbrate pronunciation, adumbrate translation, English dictionary definition of adumbrate. tr.v. ad·um·brat·ed ...

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adumbrate• The incident adumbrates an attitude of mind which is mirrored in the linguistic techniques exploited later in the novel.• The essentials of this form of ...

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adumbrate (third-person singular simple present adumbrates, present participle adumbrating, simple past and past participle adumbrated). To foreshadow ...