from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A form of cloud. See
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun (Meteor.) A form of cloud. See
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This morning heavy clouds of cumulostratus promised more rain, and gave
Cirri and cirrostratus clouds have been very prevalent during the day, and cumulostratus during the night.
-- Night alternately clear and cloudy; cirrocumulus and cumulostratus moving northwards; no wind; beautifully mild for the time of year; in the morning some heavy clouds on the horizon.
The sky was partially overcast with high cumulostratus clouds, and a light breeze blew from the east, but nothing to indicate a thunderstorm in any direction.
-- Calm night; sky overcast with hazy cumulostratus clouds; an easterly breeze sprung up towards morning, making the air much colder.
After sunrise, cirrostratus clouds began to pass over from west to east, gradually becoming more dense, and assuming the form of cumulostratus.
This morning heavy clouds of cumulostratus promised more rain, and gave a cool day for the last effort of the jaded animals, which the driver doubted could not be driven much farther.