How to Pronounce adumbral?

Correct pronunciation for the word "adumbral" is [ˈadʌmbɹə͡l], [ˈadʌmbɹə‍l], [ˈa_d_ʌ_m_b_ɹ_əl].

"Adumbral" in context

Adumbral is a term used to describe a type of shadow that is cast by a dense, solid object. Because of the shape of the object, the shadow appears to be partially transparent or transparent. The term is often used in a scientific context, such as in physics or astronomy.

In terms of physics, adumbral is a type of shading technique that is used to describe the effect of a light source on its surroundings. It describes the type of shadow that is cast when a light strikes a surface that is not perfectly flat and is surrounded by objects with an outline more complex than a circle or a square.

Usage over time for adumbral:

This graph shows how "adumbral" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

8 words made out of letters ADUMBRAL

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