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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OVERCLOUDED

They were overclouded again, they were fainter, they were gone; but they had been there.

It comes and goes; the mind, like the sky, is apt to be overclouded.

The sky had been overclouded all day, and continued so as the sun went down.

The countenance of the Emperor was overclouded for a moment.

He had started in life too soon, and overclouded himself with impressions.

When she awoke, the horizon was overclouded, and it began to rain.

This plagued him so that he suffered under it, and his whole life was overclouded.

Still, though the horizon was overclouded, no storm for some time ensued.

The bright look on her face was overclouded, she was humble and deprecating and uneasy.

In truth, the sky may be overclouded, and still it may not be raining.

WORD ORIGIN

1590s, from over- + cloud (v.). Related: Overclouded; overclouding.

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