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shade in Visual topic

shadeshade2 verb [transitive]  1 DARKto protect something from direct light Shading her eyes, Anita scanned the horizon.2 (also shade in)AVP to make part of a picture or drawing darker She shaded in the circles in the last two letters. shade into something→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
shadeWe turned off the main street into a narrow, shaded alley.I use the pencils for techniques such as cross-hatching, contour and scribble drawing, shading and frottage.The shaded areas on the map represent national parks.a narrow road shaded by rows of treesOne day, tired and hot from the chase, she came upon a crystal-clear river deeply shaded by silvery willows.Finley was shading the lefty spray hitter toward left.Sahara hats are popular -- white, Lawrence of Arabia headgear that shades the neck and cheeks.Skelton had partnered Florida in the knockout event and just shaded Whitaker and Fonda in a thrilling dash to the finishing line.