- s filled with shade
cool umbrageous woodlands
- s angered at something unjust or wrong
umbrageous at the loss of their territory
- The great auk and Labrador duck were gone; the umbrageous flocks of passenger pigeons were reduced to a pathetic aviary remnant; the trumpeter swan seemed likely to be silenced .
- The many who have not read The Aspern Papers will find the early reels of the film, in which horror crouches in the umbrageous palace like a beast in the jungle, divertingly .
- After junking the car, the four sprint through a "dense and umbrageous forest" of Douglas fir, and the sheriff's gun changes hands at least three more times.