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overshadows|overshadowed|overshadowingverb +exceed in importance; outweigh +make appear small by comparison +cast a shadow upon
1 dominate, outshine, eclipse, dwarf, diminish, minimize, put in or throw into or leave the shade, steal the limelight from, tower over or above, excel:
The Crown, overshadowed by the great barons, turned for aid to the Church
2 spoil, blight, ruin, mar, take (all) the pleasure from, put a damper on, take the edge off, impair, take the enjoyment out of:
The news from the east overshadowed everyone's spirits at the party.
Advanced English Dictionary
+verb[VN][often passive] 1 to make sb/sth seem less important, or successful: He had always been overshadowed by his elder sister. + Domestic policy was soon overshadowed by political unrest abroad. 2 to make an event less enjoyable than it should be: News of the accident overshadowed the day's events. 3 to throw a shadow over sth: The garden is overshadowed by tall trees.
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