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Sunday Word: Adumbrate

ad·um·brate [ˈædʌmˌbreɪt]:
origin: Latin, adumbrat-= “shaded” + umbrare= "cast shadow"

To suggest, loosely outline or sketch, hint at something coming, or deliberately obscure a deeper understanding of a larger picture; foreshadow. In example: every single episode of Murder, She Wrote.
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