- adj. filled or abounding with clouds
“I tore open the box and took a breath as the cloud-covered tops stared up at me.”
“Contador and Schleck went mano-a-mano on the cloud-covered Tourmalet and some sheep on the road incite some baaad puns”
“Sure enough, a half-empty Mason jar of what looked like home-grown moonshine sat on the counter next to the cloud-covered cloth that hid the toaster.”
“The day was beautiful, and the afternoon sun and warm breeze seemed to be intentionally mocking our local forecasters, who collectively had predicted a gloomy, cloud-covered, “still-waiting-for-spring” type of day.”
“But after reaching the cloud-covered summit and making our trek back down the mountain, I changed the way I thought about my body—physically powerful and beautiful.”
“He thought about it and looked up at the cloud-covered eastern sky.”
“They kept clapping and clapping, and I looked up into the cloud-covered sky.”
“Beneath the K-7, parasitic prisoner of the Springer ship, lay a strange cloud-covered world around which parent ship and kidnaped ship had been circling for endless hours.”
“The sky was a murky gray-black, so cloud-covered that it effectively hid Krynn's three moons.”
“It always attacks a man in defenceless moments, when he is alone and in some effective ~mise en sc-ne~: from burning thorn-bushes or cloud-covered mountain tops -- and with a special preference for a sleeping victim.”
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