Definition of overshadow:
occult, overlook, bedim, rule, reign, shade off, dominate, eclipse, shadow, blur, overcast, govern, prevail, blear, manage, shade, gloom, overtop, tower above, befog, clear, dull, mist, becloud, command, dwarf, master.
- "Homestead on the Hillside", Mary Jane Holmes.
His friends, indeed, lost no opportunity of informing him that he was a tremendously favored young man, but this phase of the affair had caused him little thought, simply because the girl herself had come so swiftly to overshadow, in his regard, every other consideration- even her own wealth and position.- "The Silver Horde", Rex Beach.
It is here that he requires that his fancy should be undisturbed, that the trees should overshadow him, that the birds should comfort him, that the green and yellow mosses should be in unison with him, that the very air should be good to him.- "Methods of Authors", Hugo Erichsen.