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Occultation

noun
1.
One celestial body obscures another.  Synonym: eclipse.






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"Occultation" Quotes from Famous Books



... the part of the court clergy, the exauctorations of the Bishops and the temporary overthrow of the Church itself would be in no small portion attributable. But the scanty measure and obscurity (if not rather, for so bright a luminary, the occultation) of his preferment after the Restoration is a problem, of which perhaps his virtues ...
— The Literary Remains Of Samuel Taylor Coleridge • Edited By Henry Nelson Coleridge



Words linked to "Occultation" :   eclipse, lunar eclipse, partial eclipse, break, total eclipse, egress, solar eclipse, immersion, interruption, emersion, ingress



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