Definition of Overclouding

1. Verb. (present participle of overcloud) ¹



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Definition of Overclouding

1. overcloud [v] - See also: overcloud

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Overclouding

overclimbed
overclimbing
overclimbs
overclock
overclocked
overclocker
overclockers
overclocking
overclocks
overclose
overclosure
overclothe
overclothes
overcloud
overclouded
overclouding (current term)
overclouds
overcloy
overcloyed
overcloying
overcloys
overcluttered
overcoach
overcoached
overcoaches
overcoaching
overcoat
overcoated
overcoating
overcoatless

Literary usage of Overclouding

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1. The Stage: Both Before and Behind the Curtain, from "observations Taken on by Alfred Bunn (1840)
"overclouding of the horizon—Refusal of a good part, and acting of a bad one—Difference between pageantry and performance—The Bridal Contract— Breach of ..."

2. Japan: Travels and Researches Undertaken at the Cost of the Prussian Government by Johann Justus Rein (1884)
"For the daily period of overclouding we have as yet no sufficient observations from any place in Japan, the yearly period has been intimated in speaking of ..."

3. The Journal of Sacred Literature (1858)
"The overclouding of the Jewish heaven, here implied, corresponds remarkably to the manner of its disappearance from the eyes of John in his vision, ..."

4. The Baths of St. Moritz, Upper Engadine, Switzerland by Conradin Veraguth (1890)
"From observations extending over 13 years (1860—1873) Husemann has calculated the daily average of overclouding and rainfall for the entire season, ..."

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