Daylight and Shadow


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Daylight noun – The first appearance of light in the morning or the time of its appearance.
Shadow is an antonym for daylight.
Antonyms for Daylight


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Shadow noun – Partial darkness due to the obstruction of light rays.
Daylight is an antonym for shadow.
Nearby Words: shade, shady, shadowy, shadowed, shadowing
Antonyms for Shadow
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full full daylight full shadow
normal normal daylight normal shadow
heavy heavy daylight heavy shadow
perpetual perpetual daylight perpetual shadow
Other adjectives: constant, cold, permanent, mysterious, magical.

Both words in one sentence

  • Webcomic / Blip By incorporating herself into someone else's shadow, she can follow them around, even through daylight.
  • Recap / Doctor Who S30 E9 "Forest of the Dead" Daylight Horror: Continuing on from last episode, but by this episode the sun is beginning to set, and then there will be nothing but shadow.
  • Literature / Deltora Quest In the anime, when it could actually be pictured, this is nicely done as well, shrouding most of it in shadow except for its red eyes, even in broad daylight.
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