clouded[ klou-did ]SEE DEFINITION OF clouded
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For instance, there was Ried, who went on his way with a clouded brow.
With clouded brow he eagerly scanned the empty fields, hoping for help.
It had not been clouded, except for a passing moment, until now.
Her face lit up with a reminiscent smile, and then clouded again.
Newbury read it first with eagerness, then with a clouded brow.
He then took from the file one of the Venetian glasses of clouded white.
She had listened with a clouded expression and her head on one side.
And so he turned again with his clouded looks to the people.
He put up his hands to his eyes to rub the moisture that clouded them away.
Martine, sitting on her heels, was looking fixedly on the ground with a clouded face.