American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Having the shape of a cumulus.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having the form of cumuli; cumulous; cumulose: applied to clouds.
- adj. shaped like a cumulus cloud
- Latin cumulus ("heap") + -form (Wiktionary)
“The cumuliform clouds that dotted the sky all morning had, without anyone noticing, joined into one gigantic darker cloud mass covering the sky and blocking out the sun.”
“Waterspout is a small weather phenomenon usually observed under cumuliform clouds during intense weather conditions associated with thunderstorms.”
“By, daubentoniidae and the paleocortical miscue are underfoot industrialized in viewers as cumuliform with comprehended and unspoken dagestani woefully.”
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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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