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- adj. Without any clouds.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Without a cloud; clear; bright.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Being without a cloud; unclouded; clear; bright: as, cloudless skies.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. free from clouds
Cycles may rise up, and set in cloudless calm or sudden storm.
The large sun hung in cloudless sky like a pocket watch that had stopped swinging.
On certain cloudless days it seemed that if we looked hard enough we could see to Japan; on certain cloudless nights there were so many stars that we felt as if we were in the center of the heavens.
The stars are bodies of light that appear at night in cloudless skies.
But then the full moon rose in cloudless serenity, and at length we heard, faintly, then more distinctly, and then in all its deep and sonorous harmony, the tolling of the cathedral bell, which announced our vicinity to a great city.
Microsoft Corp. sells a cloud service called "Azure," which the dictionary defines as a cloudless sky.
_EP_ II i 5-6 'tandem aliquid pulsa curarum nube serenum [' cloudless '] uidi'.
The Russian leader mocked U.S. businessmen who he said had boasted at last year's Davos meeting of the U.S. economy's fundamental strength and "cloudless" prospects.
Under the kind of cloudless sky that made people recall summer days of yore, they slowly circled the warning track.
Right then, the sun was still high in the blue, nearly cloudless sky.