What is another word for Eclipsed?

Pronunciation: [ɪklˈɪpsd] (IPA)

When it comes to talking about overshadowing or outshining something, the word "eclipsed" isn't your only option. There are a variety of synonyms that can help convey this idea. For example, you might say that something was "overshadowed" or "dimmed" by another event. Alternatively, you could use words like "suppressed" or "obscured" to describe a situation where something was hidden from view. "Outshone" is another word that could work, or you might say that something was "overpowered" by a more impressive entity. Whatever your choice, there are plenty of ways to describe a situation where one thing has been overshadowed by another.

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Usage examples for Eclipsed

Indeed, it flourished well into the 1950s and was Eclipsed only by the overwhelming spread of urban workers into the area in the second half of the century.
"Frying Pan Farm"
Elizabeth Brown Pryor
Lady Bell's house in Park Lane even was Eclipsed.
"Only One Love, or Who Was the Heir"
Charles Garvice
It is said to have Eclipsed Law's Serious Call, which I have already mentioned as giving, in admirable literary form, the view of the contemporary world which naturally found favour with religious thinkers.
"English Literature and Society in the Eighteenth Century"
Leslie Stephen

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