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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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The sky became overclouded, and the gentle breeze which had blown in the morning strengthened into a strong, boisterous wind.
THE EVERLASTING ARMSJOSEPH HOCKING
The day was overclouded, and I think I never beheld a more melancholy scene.
After a while, Mrs. Wicklow looked at the clock, and instantly became overclouded with an extreme gravity.
It was but natural that I should enter my parents' house with heavy heart, overclouded soul, and oppressed mind.
In truth, the sky may be overclouded, and still it may not be raining.
THE ART OF LOGICAL THINKINGWILLIAM WALKER ATKINSON
Here the bright countenance of Fanny became suddenly overclouded; she even trembled, and turned pale.
THE VICAR OF WREXHILLMRS [FRANCES] TROLLOPE
Yea, he deemed that the sickness and the sweat of death was even then upon him, for an exceeding faintness overclouded his spirit.
Astonishment, dejection, and fear overclouded the whole assembly.
All his bright look was overclouded,—the pleasant day seemed forgotten and almost spoiled.
EYEBRIGHTSUSAN COOLIDGE
Meanwhile, his eyes having turned towards the sea, his brow is suddenly overclouded.

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