Cloud/part of cloud :: White clouds View Visualisation
Banff bailies Source: SND
QUOT: The large, white snowy-looking clouds that rise along the horizon . . . were called “Banff bailies,” and at all seasons of the year were looked upon as the forerunners of foul weather.
Pouthered lawyr Source: SND
A fleecy white cloud, like a lawyer's wig.
Roarie bummler Source: SND
A white cloud formed high in the sky on a windy day, which appears to roar.
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