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Adjective: cloudy (cloudier,cloudiest)  klaw-dee
  1. (meteorology) full of or covered with clouds
    "cloudy skies"
  2. Lacking definite form or limits
    "gropes among cloudy issues toward a feeble conclusion";
    - nebulose, nebulous
  3. (of liquids) clouded as with sediment
    "a cloudy liquid";
    - muddy, mirky [archaic], murky, turbid

Derived forms: cloudiest, cloudier

See also: brumous, cloud-covered, clouded, cloudlike, dull, fogbound, foggy, hazy, heavy, indistinct, leaden, louring, loury, lowering[2], lowery, miasmal, miasmic, misty, nebular, opaque, overcast, smoggy, sullen, sunless, threatening, vaporous, vapory [US], vapourous [Brit, non-standard], vapoury [Brit, Cdn]

Antonym: clear

Encyclopedia: Cloudy, Partly Bony