Definitions of "penumbra"
  1. A region where differentiating between aspects or results can be challenging due to ambiguity or uncertainty
  2. The broadening of safeguard, influence, usage, or attention beyond its original scope
How to use "penumbra" in a sentence
  1. The judge explained that the case fell into a penumbra of the law, making it hard to determine its outcome.
  2. The legal penumbra around the legislation expanded its application beyond the initial intention.
  3. The penumbra of the legal document made it difficult to conclusively decide its implications.

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