Of/pertaining to clouds :: (Of the sky) covered with clouds View Visualisation
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Berket Source: SND
Covered all over with clouds, as the sky.
Buggy Source: SND
Of the sky: dark and cloudy, lowering.
Dorpelt Source: SND
Speckled, mottled; used esp. of the sky when it is covered with small clouds.
Gluddery Source: SND
Covered with whitish clouds through which the sun shines.
Hingin Source: SND
Of the sky: overcast, threatening rain.
Lither Source: SND
Of the air or sky: yielding, soft, when the clouds undulate.
Mirlie/Mirl(e)y/Merly/Murly Source: SND
Applied to the sky when flecked with cirrus cloud.
Skelly Source: SND
Of the sky when it is covered by bright glittering white clouds. Regarded as foreboding bad weather.
Skyuimy Source: SND
Of the sky: overcast at a high altitude with a brighter sky below.
Turfy Source: SND
Applied to a mackerel sky.
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