Entry: agnate (adj.)
In context: "Their specular perspective, the reddening light on vast tan stone and the oncoming curtain of dusk, the further elongation of their monstrous agnate shadows: all was mesmerizing."
Definition: Difficult to really nail this one. 2. fig. Allied in kind, akin; partaking of the same nature.
Other: Above is the closest to a sensible usage of agnate as I can fine - the etymology highlights the more typical definition:
Etymology: < French agnat , < Latin agnāt-us (adgnāt-us , adnātus ) a relation by the father's side; prop. born to, added by birth, past participle of adgnā-sc-i , < ad to + gnā-sc-i to be born, < stem gen- to beget.
SNOOT score: 1
Source: Oxford English Dictionary