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Adumbrative- Definition:adjective 1.  sketchily indicate something: to give an incomplete or faint outline or indication of something  2.  foreshadow something: to give a vague indication or warning of something to come    [Late 16th century. < Latin adumbrat-, past participle of adumbrare

Adumbrative- Definition:

adjective 1. sketchily indicate something: to give an incomplete or faint outline or indication of something 2. foreshadow something: to give a vague indication or warning of something to come [Late 16th century. < Latin adumbrat-, past participle of adumbrare "overshadow" < umbra "shade"] -ad·um·bra·tion [àdd?m bráysh'n], noun -ad·um·bra·tive [ádd?m bràytiv, ? dúmbr?tiv], adjective -ad·um·bra·tive·ly [ad úmbr?tivlee], adverb

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