adumbrative


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It seems clear that the elegiac speaker attributes flower power adumbrative of his impending translation to Keats/Adonais.
Swinburne portrays Michelangelo's art as an adumbrative tease that suggests and suppresses, reveals and reserves.
In Weiss's descriptions the intelligible and perceptible are deeply intertwined with an adumbrative element which we can follow through the appearances.