- n. Plural form of stormcloud.
“In addition we have added a counter type of object - 'stormclouds' - to enable users to request help with designs they are having problems with.”
“When those stormclouds finally swelled and burst into fat miracle drumbeats she must've felt the change was coming on.”
“Samit Basu at 09: 05 on 13 June who is stirring stormclouds rowdy? who meets angels and says howdy? who makes squiffy skuas squelch?”
“It was a sign that the threatening stormclouds were slowly drifting away.”
“It's a rare thing in Washington to see a government official make a strong decision, and then defend it as the right thing to do without either (a.) trying to blame everyone else for the idea's shortcomings, or (b.) immediately apologizing for the decision, or (c.) "walking back" or even overturning the decision at the slightest sign of political stormclouds on the horizon.”
“Later, under Nazi stormclouds, the team was nominated for the 1936 Nobel Prize in Physics by Max Planck, Werner Heisenberg, Bohr and von Laue, and Meitner was nominated for the Physics Prize three times by Niels Bohr after WWII.”
“She was deeply distressed by the gathering stormclouds in Germany.”
“Klara stood on the roof watching stormclouds build bluish and hardedged, like weather on some remote coast, a sky that seemed too lush and wild to pass this way.”
“Michael Brown stormclouds appearing on the horizon.”
“And so with economic stormclouds looming, the Liberals propose to hold a lot of meetings, give a lot of updates, and convene a lot of people with impressive titles, all the while furrowing their brows to demonstrate how deeply they are pondering the challenges we face.”
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with a chance of mizzle
The delicious wonderful words that I love terribly dearly and without which, the world would be a less inventive and worthwhile place. Also, ostensibly, the reason 1984 and esperanto secretly suck.
Looking for tweets for stormclouds.