overcasts

[ 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 overcasts

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Suddenly it drives down before it a storm which overcasts the blue sky, so that it is pitch dark in the valley.

When we first called she had just passed her fourth birthday, and now overcasts from three to four pairs of pants every day.