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  • n. Plural form of thundercloud.


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  • Also, they show up a lot in graphic swearing, behind only #'s and those little graphics of thunderclouds.

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  • That summer came violent and erotic dreams: thunderclouds over the mountains, a dead volcano.

    Source Music

  • And the modern world of moods is a world of clouds, even if some of them are thunderclouds.

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  • As they awaited Obama's decision on McChrystal, some officials searched for a silver lining in the thunderclouds, or at least a lull in the downpour.

    Weakening, possible firing of McChrystal compounds sense of peril in Afghanistan

  • Regarding financial products: Some of us thought we saw thunderclouds forming, but everyone told us that these guys knew what they were doing.

    There's a New AIG Story. I Was an AIG Exec. Here's the Deal.

  • Outside, the rain was ticking in the leaves, and through a crack in the curtains, he could see that the sky was still dark with thunderclouds, a tree of lightning blooming without sound on the horizon.

    The Glass Rainbow

  • But shadows filled the horizon like gathering thunderclouds.

    Shadow Chase

  • It was said that if you looked at the shintai of Susanoo, you would see a terrible creature made of thunderclouds, and that the Princess of the Hidden Waters was a beautiful woman riding a great purple dragon.

    Blood Ninja II

  • The sky was dark with thunderclouds, and lightning flashed, so at first we thought she might have been struck by lightning.

    My Sweet Audrina

  • It swings from one side to the other, emitting shells and small thunderclouds of smoke.



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