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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of becloud.


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  • One of these days, we will finally dispel the "New Economy" mysticism that beclouds this issue and begin to think seriously about how to re-regulate the financial sector.

    Thomas Frank: Bring Back Glass-Steagall

  • "We live in the midst of alarms; anxiety beclouds the future; we expect some new disaster with each newspaper we read."

    Karen Dalton-Beninato: Unified Command Responds: "Not Burying Oiled Sand"

  • Those of us who sit at a keyboard know how easy it is to penetrate the fog of ignorance that beclouds experts and managers in other fields.

    Dividend Dummies?

  • When the history of our era is written the extent to which advertsing beclouds the watching of TV will be regarded as nothing short of bizarre.

    diamonds are for never - Anil Dash

  • We see such constant flashing that the smoke beclouds the day,

    Noble Lads of Canada

  • Reid beclouds the issue by invoking "variously defined memory lapses" that no one would dispute, including organically determined traumatic amnesia and imperfect recall of remembered events.

    'Victims of Memory': An Exchange

  • Those who talk of automation and cybernation have raised a bogey which simply beclouds the real economic and political problem: how to maintain sufficient demand so as to assure full employment and how to satisfy the evident large needs of major groups in the society.


  • There's a face that beclouds like a shadow my pathway at morn and eve,

    The Minstrel A Collection of Poems

  • Although acquired prudence considered as a principle of operation is quite compatible with sin in the agent, still it is well to note that vice obscures or at times utterly beclouds its judgment.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss

  • High above all dogmas that divide, all bigotries that blind, all bitterness that beclouds, will be written the simple words of the one eternal religion -- the Fatherhood of God, the brotherhood of man, the moral law, the golden rule, and the hope of a life everlasting!

    The Builders A Story and Study of Masonry


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