cloud

All Noun Adjective
49,866 examples (0.06 sec)
  • Info Cosmics Leaving Outdoor Droplets or the CLOUD is an experiment being run at CERN by Jasper Kirkby to investigate the microphysics between galactic cosmic rays (GCRs) and aerosols under controlled conditions.
  • This is due to the clouds not being able to cross the mountains.
  • He and his aircraft fell out of sight into a cloud.
  • In some of these clouds, new stars are just beginning to form.
  • These clouds typically reach Earth a day or two after the event.
  • One of these was clouded over, but the other two returned good data.
  • The town is almost always under cloud cover from November to March.
  • Cloud-to-ground is the best known and third most common type of lightning.
  • They stand under a dark cloud from which heavy rain is falling.
  • The cloud cover is low to very low in the sky.
  • These changes in speed make the cloud lose energy as light.
  • The following day the dark cloud remained on the mountain, and at night the fire appeared a second time.
  • But no news came through, for the sky was clouded nearly all day long. Cited from Ladysmith, by H. W. Nevinson
  • She followed his figure with a clouded glance as she told her father her news. Cited from The Emigrant Trail, by Geraldine Bonner
  • When she is born, the first clouds appear in the sky.
  • They were believed to be able to create clouds with their breath.
  • However, when there is also cloud cover, light is then reflected back to the ground.
  • February, March and April are the months with the least cloud cover.
  • There was now no fear of any defeat clouding his last days. Cited from The Loom of Youth, by Alec Waugh
  • This is part of the reason the history of the game became so clouded.
  • Behind him is a cloud of smoke, with some trees visible in the distance.
  • Next »

Meaning of cloud

  • noun Any collection of particles (e.g., smoke or dust) or gases that is visible
  • noun A visible mass of water or ice particles suspended at a considerable altitude
  • noun Out of touch with reality
    his head was in the clouds
  • noun A cause of worry or gloom or trouble
    the only cloud on the horizon was the possibility of dissent by the French
  • noun Suspicion affecting your reputation
    after that mistake he was under a cloud
  • verb Billow up in the form of a cloud
    The smoke clouded above the houses
  • verb Make gloomy or depressed
    Their faces were clouded with sadness
  • verb Make less clear
    the stroke clouded memories of her youth
  • verb Make milky or dull
    The chemical clouded the liquid to which it was added