Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Covered with clouds; obscured by clouds: as, a clouded sky
  • Marked by dark, vague, irregular spots: as, a clouded cane; a clouded leopard or tiger-cat.

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  • adjective Filled with clouds.
  • adjective Unknown, surrounded in mystery.
  • verb Simple past and past participle of cloud.

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  • adjective unclear in form or expression
  • adjective mentally disordered
  • adjective filled or abounding with clouds
  • adjective made troubled or apprehensive or distressed in appearance

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Examples

  • His expression clouded, and she heard a tremor in his voice.

    My Demon's Kiss

  • His expression clouded, and she heard a tremor in his voice.

    My Demon's Kiss

  • His expression clouded, and she heard a tremor in his voice.

    My Demon's Kiss

  • Parker was smiling smugly, but then, predictably, his expression clouded.

    The Will

  • Parker was smiling smugly, but then, predictably, his expression clouded.

    The Will

  • LH closer Eddie Guardado looked like he was the answer, saving eight of his first 10 chances, but a season-ending injury again clouded the picture.

    National League outlooks for 2007

  • His expression clouded at the dryness of her tone.

    Blind Alley

  • For a moment his expression clouded, and Di sensed that he was struggling with himself.

    Children Of The Night

  • The name clouded his face again, he gazed ruefully into the satisfactory glow he was producing.

    The Leper of Saint Giles

  • The name clouded his face again, he gazed ruefully into the satisfactory glow he was producing.

    The Leper of Saint Giles

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