transitive verb =ˈa-dəm-ˌbrāt, a-ˈdəm-
1. To foreshadow vaguely
2. to suggest, disclose, or outline partially
Origin: Latin adumbratus, past participle of adumbrare, from ad- + umbra shadow.
First Known Use: 1581
sketch, outline, adumbrate, describe, depict, draw
Example of the word in a sentence:
The ending of the novel is already adumbrated [foreshadowed] in the first chapter.
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