overcast[ adjective oh-ver-kast, -kahst, oh-ver-kast, -kahst; verb oh-ver-kast, -kahst, oh-ver-kast, -kahst; noun oh-ver-kast, -kahst ]SEE DEFINITION OF overcast
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OVERCAST
Glancing skyward, Casanova saw that the heavens were overcast.
The sky was overcast and gray, with a distinct threat of rain.
The sky was overcast, and the heads of the mountains were capped with mist.
His handsome countenance, so marvellously like her own, was overcast.
All during the cloudy, overcast day he strained his eyes ahead.
Oilskins were donned, for the sky was overcast and the wind keen.
His face was like the autumn sky, overcast one moment and bright the next.
The sky was overcast and lowering, and gave promise of a dark night.
“You can overcast these sleeves, Peggy,” her mother said later in the afternoon.
At this challenge Madame's bulging brow was overcast with a red cloud.