What is another word for shaded?

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[ ʃˈe͡ɪdɪd], [ ʃˈe‍ɪdɪd], [ ʃ_ˈeɪ_d_ɪ_d]

Shaded is a commonly used word to express the presence of shade or a darker area created by an object or spot. There are several synonyms for the word shade. The word "shadowy" can be used to express the presence of a shadow or partial shade. The term "dim" is another synonym for shaded, indicating an area with low lighting or a lack of brightness. Similarly, the word "dark" can be used as a synonym to describe a shadowed or shaded area. Other alternatives for the word shaded include "obscured," "veiled," and "hidden." Using synonyms can add variety to your writing and help convey your ideas more effectively.

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What are the opposite words for shaded?

Shaded refers to an area protected from direct sunlight or darkness created by something blocking the light. The antonyms for the word "shaded" are exposed, bright, illuminated, sunny, gleaming or lit. Exposed means to be in plain view or at risk, to have no protection or cover. Bright suggests the quality of being vivid or lighted up, vividly colored. Illuminated implies the use of lighting to make something bright or easy to see. Sunny means having sunshine, warm or bright. Gleaming means shining, reflecting light. The word lit means having been set on fire, illuminated, given light. These antonyms provide an excellent spectrum of words to provide a contrast for the word shaded.

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Usage examples for Shaded

His eyes were as blue as the lake on a summer's evening, and they were shaded by heavy dark brown lashes, almost black.
"The Eye of Dread"
Payne Erskine
Stas shaded his eyes with his palm and straining his sight in the direction indicated really saw in the ruddy luster of the sun, which now stood low, a streak of smoke rising far in the jungle, amid the top of two still more distant hills which were quite high.
"In Desert and Wilderness"
Henryk Sienkiewicz
Nature has bleached its fur seemingly to afford the best protection against the frigid chill, for a suitable white fur permits the escape of less bodily heat than any colored or shaded pelt.
"My Attainment of the Pole"
Frederick A. Cook

Famous quotes with Shaded

  • Silence may be as variously shaded as speech.
    Edith Wharton
  • But, as we consider the totality of similarly broad and fundamental aspects of life, we cannot defend division by two as a natural principle of objective order. Indeed, the “stuff” of the universe often strikes our senses as complex and shaded continua, admittedly with faster and slower moments, and bigger and smaller steps, along the way. Nature does not dictate dualities, trinities, quarterings, or any “objective” basis for human taxonomies; most of our chosen schemes, and our designated numbers of categories, record human choices from a cornucopia of possibilities offered by natural variation from place to place, and permitted by the flexibility of our mental capacities. How many seasons (if we wish to divide by seasons at all) does a year contain? How many stages shall we recognize in a human life?
    Stephen Jay Gould
  • He was as alone as he had ever been, frighteningly alone, in a borderless land of shaded forests and rocky, abyssal gorges. But that was all right. He didn’t much mind being alone. It was what happened when people were around that worried him.
    Robert Charles Wilson
  • — We have seen that though Cristna was said to have left many sons, he left his immense empire, which extended from the sources of the Indus to Cape Comorin, (for we find a Regio Pandionis near this point,) to his daughter Pandæa; but, from finding the icon of Buddha so constantly shaded with the nine Cobras, &c., I am induced to think that this Pandeism was a doctrine, which had been received both by Buddhists and Brahmins.
    Godfrey Higgins
  • Devoted from my earliest youth to the study of nature, feeling with enthusiasm the wild beauties of a country guarded by mountains and shaded by ancient forests, I experienced in my travels, enjoyments which have amply compensated for the privations inseparable from a laborious and often agitated life.
    Alexander von Humboldt

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