solar eclipse, eclipse of the sun, lunar eclipse, eclipse of the moon, total eclipse, partial eclipse, annular eclipse, penumbra, obscuration, dimming, darkening, concealment, shroud, shadow, veil, extinguishment, obliteration.
overshadow, surpass, obscure; see exceed, shade 2.
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To make dim or indistinct:
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