Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state of being cloudy or clouded.
- n. The state of being cloudy (e.g. weather).
- n. The property of being murky (e.g. liquid, style).
- n. The property of being obscure (e.g. information).
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. The state of being cloudy.
- n. the state of the sky when it is covered by clouds
- n. gloomy semidarkness caused by cloud cover
- n. the quality of being cloudy
- cloudy + -ness (Wiktionary)
“Perception cloudiness is the only hope we have to forego the greatest economic disaster since the Black Death.”
“Eventually the cloudiness is such that you can't see through it anymore.”
“Various explanations need to be explored: reduced positive feedback from WV; increase in cloudiness; anthropogenic aerosols; man-made land changes; increasing air traffic; solar variations influencing climate.”
“It is claimed that the observed changes in radiation budget are caused by changes in the mean tropical cloudiness, which is detected in the satellite observations but fails to be predicted by several current climate models.”
“All these things I change turn off the 'cloudiness' of it," Staten says.”
“I prefer this term rather than "cloudiness," partly because the latter has other connotations, but also because there is an "attitude" component: is the system at home in the cloud, or has it been shoehorned to work there?”
“Sadly, I was not able to attend, but I am pleased to see that judging from the increasing "cloudiness" of the photos taken as the service progressed, an entirely appropriate amount of incense was used at the service: -)”
“If you are moving to Mexico are you looking for constant sunshine or what they call "chipi-chipi" (persistent cloudiness and drizzle) down here.”
“It's helped me to clear away cloudiness and see my own power, feel my joy, my inspiration and my love for life.”
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