- cloud + -age (Wiktionary)
“So she was in the best of moods as an antidote to mind-cloudage.”
“After the clearing of the mists, we have a spell of unbroken blue sky and bright sunshine, followed by a deliciously cool, gray English heaven, with sunny glimpses and varied cloudage.”
“And cloudage, to borrow an expression of Coleridge, suggested England, too.”
“CA's announcements about Amazon, SaaS offerings, and general cloudage.”
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We owe our current names for clouds to Luke Howard. Wikipedia tells us that "Howard was not the first to attempt a classification of clouds—Jean-Baptiste Lamarck (1744–1829) had earlier proposed a ...
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