Cloudage to Clubbish
(Cloud"age) n. Mass of clouds; cloudiness. [R.]
A scudding cloudage of shapes.
(Cloud"ber`ry) n. (Bot.) A species of raspberry (Rubus Chamæmerous) growing in the northern
regions, and bearing edible, amber- colored fruit.
(Cloud"-built) a. Built of, or in, the clouds; airy; unsubstantial; imaginary. Cowper.
So vanished my cloud-built palace.
(Cloud"-burst`) n. A sudden copious rainfall, as if the whole cloud had been precipitated at
(Cloud"-capped`) a. Having clouds resting on the top or head; reaching to the clouds; as,
(Cloud"-com*pel`ler) n. Cloud-gatherer; an epithet applied to Zeus. [Poetic.] Pope.
(Cloud"i*ly) adv. In a cloudy manner; darkly; obscurely. Dryden.
(Cloud"i*ness), n. The state of being cloudy.
1. A mottled appearance given to ribbons and silks in the process of dyeing.
2. A diversity of colors in yarn, recurring at regular intervals. Knight.
(Cloud"land`) n. Dreamland.
(Cloud"less), a. Without a cloud; clear; bright.
A cloudless winter sky.
Cloud"less*ly, adv. Cloud"less*ness, n.
(Cloud"let) n. A little cloud. R. Browning.
Eve's first star through fleecy cloudlet peeping.
(Cloud"y) a. [Compar. Cloudier ; superl. Cloudiest.] [From Cloud, n.]
1. Overcast or obscured with clouds; clouded; as, a cloudy sky.
2. Consisting of a cloud or clouds.
As Moses entered into the tabernacle, the cloudy pillar descended.
Ex. xxxiii. 9
3. Indicating gloom, anxiety, sullenness, or ill-nature; not open or cheerful. "A cloudy countenance."
4. Confused; indistinct; obscure; dark.
Cloudy and confused notions of things.
5. Lacking clearness, brightness, or luster. "A cloudy diamond." Boyle.