Eclipse in a sentence

Definition of Eclipse

(transitive) Of astronomical bodies, to cause an eclipse. | (transitive, figuratively) To overshadow; to be better or more noticeable than. | (Irish grammar) To undergo eclipsis.

Short Example Sentence for Eclipse

  • 1. Did you ever see an eclipse of the moon?
  • 2. Built in the eclipse and rigged with curses dark.
  • 3. In this case, the eclipse is total.
  • 4. The first period of the eclipse showed nothing particular.
  • 5. Fast gather the clouds, they eclipse star on star.
  • 6. At Madrid the eclipse was only partial.
  • 7. In this case there is an eclipse of the Sun.
  • 8. The Jews say the eclipse was natural.
  • 9. Have you ever seen a total eclipse of the Sun?
  • 10. She wished her son to eclipse Norman Wentworth.
  • 11. Jacqueline's beauty was oddly under eclipse just then.
  • 12. The eclipse on the following day was taken as a tremendous portent.
  • 13. The unhappy eclipse had been preceded by a multitude of ill omens!
  • 14. Phรฉnomรจnes physiques d'une รฉclipse totale de soleil.
  • 15. The eclipse was total, and occurred at the moment predicted by calculation.
  • 16. The same arrangement, of course, will serve for viewing an eclipse of the sun.
  • 17. He would build bridges that should eclipse Stevenson's.
  • 18. The path of the Eclipse of May 28, 1900 273 78.
  • 19. On se rend compte de la mรชme maniรจre des phases d'une รฉclipse partielle.

How to use Eclipse in a Sentence?

  • 1. A total eclipse of the moon exalted the heavens and attracted upward the affrighted eyes of men.
  • 2. Une รฉclipse de soleil n'a jamais lieu qu'ร  l'รฉpoque d'une conjonction, ou nouvelle lune.
  • 3. So that the commencement of the eclipse was confirmed almost as promptly for the eye as with the astronomical instruments.
  • 4. On another a great army was lost because it and its general were afraid to move during an eclipse of the moon.
  • 5. Perhaps the darkest day in modern history was that caused by the total solar eclipse in the year 1806.
  • 6. His tables were shown to be erroneous by the fact that the solar eclipse did not take place as predicted by him in 1645.
  • 7. And also by the same dial to know whether any eclipse shall be that moneth, of the sonne or of the moone.
  • 8. But there is a distinct mystery about the sudden eclipse of this star, and one which conjecture and inquiry has utterly failed to solve.
  • 9. Any prohibitionist will tell you that the coming of prohibition to England is as certain as the coming eclipse of the sun.
  • 10. This period, however, is disregarded by astronomers, and each eclipse calculated by itself to the accuracy of a second.
  • 11. Broadway, however, would eclipse everything here, either for beauty of construction or appointments.
  • 12. There was an eclipse of the moon at which they declared they saw the figure of an Indian scalp imprinted on the centre of the disk.
  • 13. An eclipse the simple Celestials believe to be caused by a great dragon that seeks to devour the sun or moon.
  • 14. In five minutes the novel Zeppelin eclipse was over, although at no time was the actual airship to be seen.
  • 15. Thou art the daystar of the heavens of My holiness, let not the defilement of the world eclipse thy splendor.
  • 16. Having no diary, I shall certainly not tempt critics by trying to fix a date for the total eclipse of the moon.
  • 17. The eclipse of the sun on May 28th should be a great success, if we may judge by the immense time it has taken over rehearsals.
  • 18. But we eclipse him easily, with the aid of a large black velvet hat, and black furs, and our Sunday clothes.
  • 19. And those fine architectural palaces and temples, whose history we cannot fully know, far eclipse anything in the northern part of America.
  • 20. This was all but a total eclipse in his art-life, for he did little of note during the period of his St. Petersburg career.
  • 21. And the people who followed his lead were the same sort of people who would naturally be terrified about the mutilation of a taboo image or an eclipse of the divine moon.