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Of/pertaining to clouds :: Cloudy/overcast View Visualisation

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Benicht Search Source: SND
Overtaken by darkness; obscured by clouds.

Cloudy Search Source: DOST
Cloudy, clouded.

Cluddie Search Source: DOST
Cloudy, clouded.

Cludit Search Source: SND

Cludy/Cloody Search Source: SND

Drublie Search Source: DOST
Turbid; clouded.

Drumly Search Source: DOST
Of weather: Cloudy, gloomy.

Gruggie Search Source: SND
Of weather: dull, cloudy, threatening.

Hingin-luggit Search Source: SND
Also of weather: dull, overcast, gloomy.

Hum(s)i/Hum(s)y/Ho(o)msi Search Source: SND
Misty, hazy, cloudy.

Hums(k)et/Hømsket Search Source: SND
Hazy, overcast, dusk.

Louring/Lowring Search Source: DOST
Dull, overcast (weather).

Loury/Lowry Search Source: SND
Dull, overcast, threatening rain.

Mirk Search Source: SND
Of weather: overcast, lowering, dull.

Mirk-dim Search Source: SND
Gloomy, overcast.

Misty Search Source: DOST
Resembling mist, cloudy.

Nubilus/Nubelus Search Source: DOST

O'ergaffin Search Source: SND
Clouded, overcast.

Ourcludit/O'rcloudit Search Source: DOST
Overclouded; obscured; prevented from seeing clearly.

Turbide Search Source: DOST
Turbid, dense, cloudy.

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