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1. eclipse

noun. ['ɪˈklɪps, əˈklɪps, iːˈklɪps'] one celestial body obscures another.

Synonyms

  • partial eclipse
  • immersion
  • egress
  • solar eclipse
  • total eclipse
  • emersion
  • ingress
  • occultation
  • break
  • lunar eclipse

Antonyms

  • ingress
  • immersion
  • egress
  • appearance

Etymology

  • eclipsis (Latin)
  • ἔκλειψις (Ancient Greek (to 1453))

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Words that Rhyme with Annular Eclipse

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Example sentences of the word annular-eclipse


1. Noun Phrase
At the peak of an annular eclipse, a ring of sunlight is still visible behind the moon.

2. Noun Phrase
Consequently, an annular eclipse could also occur in July if the moon is at its apogee.

3. Noun Phrase
At apogee, we might see an annular eclipse, as the moon appears smaller.

4. Noun Phrase
In contrast, an annular eclipse can last for up to 12 1/2 minutes.

2. eclipse

verb. ['ɪˈklɪps, əˈklɪps, iːˈklɪps'] cause an eclipse of (a celestial body) by intervention.

Synonyms

  • occult

Antonyms

  • disappearance
  • keep quiet

Etymology

  • eclipsis (Latin)
  • ἔκλειψις (Ancient Greek (to 1453))

3. eclipse

verb. ['ɪˈklɪps, əˈklɪps, iːˈklɪps'] be greater in significance than.

Synonyms

  • dominate
  • hover
  • loom
  • overshadow
  • bulk large

Antonyms

  • stay
  • unify
  • keep
  • respect

Etymology

  • eclipsis (Latin)
  • ἔκλειψις (Ancient Greek (to 1453))

4. annular

adjective. ['ˈænjəlɝ'] shaped like a ring.

Synonyms

  • ringed
  • ring-shaped
  • annulated
  • circinate
  • annulate
  • doughnut-shaped

Antonyms

  • prolate
  • oblate
  • uncoiled
  • square
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