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rain cloud

noun as in storm cloud

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Because more rain clouds form over warmer seawater, El Niño tends to dump heavy rains on South and Central America.

Prior to the PETM, H2O that evaporated near Earth’s midsection formed rain clouds that dropped water both in the tropics and at polar latitudes.

Magnificent, she said, easing her shoulder of the strap of her knapsack while her eyes followed the driving rain cloud.

Her eyes, the soft gray of a summer rain cloud—no one would have guessed them sightless.

Nearer and nearer the roar of the rain cloud approached, though as yet not a drop had fallen over us.

In the distance they took on all the misty shades of grey and blue, or stood purple, steeped in shadows, under a rain cloud.

When you see people having a picnic, push the rain cloud away from them instead of over them.


On this page you'll find 4 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to rain cloud, such as: hard times, heavy weather, and rainy day.

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