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Definitions of shade:

part of speech: verb intransitive

To act as a shade.

part of speech: verb transitive

To screen from light or heat; to darken or make dim; to mark or paint with varying degrees of light or color.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To change by slight degrees; as, the sunset clouds shade from pale pink to deep purple.

part of speech: verb transitive

To screen from light or heat: to shelter: to mark with gradations of color: to darken.

part of speech: noun

SHADER.

part of speech: noun

The obscurity or darkness resulting from the partial interruption of the rays of light; gloom; any obscure or partially- dark place; anything which intercepts light or heat; a glass cover for enclosing and protecting timepieces and valuable ornaments, & c.; a screen; shelter; protection; the varying dark parts of a picture; a very minute difference; a ghost; a disembodied spirit.

part of speech: noun

Partial darkness caused by cutting off rays of light; darkness; dimness; a spot not exposed to the sun; something which cuts off or softens the rays of light, as a screen or curtain; special quality or degree of color; as, a peculiar shade of blue; a slight degree of difference in meaning, etc.; a ghost or phantom.

part of speech: noun

Partial darkness: interception of light: obscurity: a shady place: protection: shelter: a screen: degree of color: a very minute change: ( paint.) the dark part of a picture: the soul separated from the body: a ghost.

part of speech: noun

A ghost.

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