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  • noun Plural form of beclouding.

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Examples

  • The Master said, “Yu, have you heard the six words to which are attached six becloudings?”

    The Analects

  • On the contrary, what he had failed to do under ordinary and conventional conditions had become instantly possible when the plunge into the dark shadow had brushed away all the artificial becloudings of the memory page.

    The Price

  • There is no ideal yet to be reached, but the ideal has already always existed, and has never suffered but slight becloudings; humanity is already perfect from the very beginning, without history and without development; morality never looks to the creating of something which has not already been, — at best aims only at remedying a slight but never deeply seated disorder.

    Christian Ethics. Volume I.���History of Ethics.

  • The Master said, 'Yu, have you heard the six words to which are attached six becloudings?'

    The Analects of Confucius (from the Chinese Classics)

  • The Master said, 'Yu, have you heard the six words to which are attached six becloudings?'

    The Chinese Classics — Volume 1: Confucian Analects

  • We supplicate God that He may destroy the veils which limit our vision and that these becloudings which darken the way of the manifestation of the shining lights may be dispelled in order that the effulgent Sun of Reality may shine forth.

    Foundations of World Unity

  • We supplicate God that He may destroy the veils which limit our vision and that these becloudings, which darken the way of the manifestation of the shining lights, may be dispelled in order that the effulgent Sun of Reality may shine forth.

    The Promulgation of Universal Peace

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