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Cloud :: (Of the sky/clouds) cover with clouds/become overcast View Visualisation

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Ask/Aisk Search Source: SND
Of the sky: to be covered with haze or gray clouds foreboding wind; to rain slightly.

Gloomy Search Source: SND
Of the sky: to become overcast and threatening.

Lour Search Source: SND
As in Eng., of the sky: to become overcast.

Mirk Search Source: SND
To darken, to overcast, to besmirch.

Mirken Search Source: SND
To grow dark, to become overcast, as the sky at late twilight.

Obnubilate Search Source: DOST
Covered, enveloped, as with a cloud.

Ourcast Search Source: DOST
Of clouds or tempest: To spread over, overcast (the sky).

Ourcast Search Source: DOST
Of the sky: To become overcast.

Ourcast Search Source: DOST
Of the sky: Overcast (with clouds).

Overcast Search Source: DOST
Of the sky: To become overcast, to cloud over.

Owergaff Search Source: SND
Of the sky: to become overcast after a clear morning.

Owergaff Search Source: SND
To becloud.

Shore Search Source: SND
To become overcast or threatening.

Turr Search Source: SND
Of the sky: to cover over with small, fleecy, “mackerel” clouds.

Upset Search Source: SND
Of the sky: to cloud over, esp. in a striking or colourful way.

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