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Synonyms for cloud

Synonyms for cloud

Synonyms for cloud

out of touch with reality

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a cause of worry or gloom or trouble

suspicion affecting your reputation

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a group of many things in the air or on the ground

make overcast or cloudy

make less visible or unclear

billow up in the form of a cloud

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make gloomy or depressed

place under suspicion or cast doubt upon

make less clear

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colour with streaks or blotches of different shades

make milky or dull

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During low solar activity, these particles easily reach Earth, causing heavy cloud formation and making the planet's temperature drop.
These molecules also combine with salts and chemicals in the SSAs, limiting their ability to take up water--known as hygroscopicity--and influencing their atmospheric impacts, such as cloud formation and radiation scattering.
When warm air rising from the sun-heated ground hits this thick layer of warm smoke, the air spreads out and convection -- the mixing and circulation of layers of air that encourages cloud formation -- is thwarted.
The observation is that the burst at the airport originated from the modest cloud formation I noticed during the approach, provides some indication that even these restricted clouds can produce precipitation of some significance.
Recently it was found that the Earth's cloud cover, observed by satellites, is strongly correlated with GCR," he wrote, noting that galactic cosmic rays play a role in cloud formation.
Some of the coldest temperatures on Earth have fostered a rare cloud formation over Australia's Mawson station in Antarctica, scientists said yesterday.
Differences: cloud formation changed, extra Canada goose in sky, flag on tent, paddle for canoe, campfire pit, a piece of driftwood in the water, decoration on cooler, wider tree trunk, picnic basket or sandcastle, butterfly position changed, squirrel or chipmunk, and spider's web or bird's nest.
Atmospheric scientists have developed simple, physics-based equations that address some of the limitations of current methods for representing cloud formation in global climate models--important because of increased aerosol pollution that gives clouds more cooling power and affects precipitation.
Moist air rises over warmer waters, leading to cloud formation and rainfall," he says.
This clear and well-illustrated guide to identifying what can be seen in the sky covers cloud classification, cloud formation, optical phenomena such as rainbows, color in the sky, visibility (mist/ fog/sea smoke), precipitation, winds, severe weather (oddly, hurricanes are included here only briefly, under tornados.
Through their research, the scientists were able to determine the composition of the spinach juice cloud and what factors influence cloud formation.
Cutting down the forests reduces the amount of water available for cloud formation and also warms the air.
The program succinctly and intelligibly explains to young viewers the fundamentals of cloud formation, the scientific principles of dew point and relative humidity, why rising warm air is essential to the formation of clouds, the relationship between relative humidity and temperature, and the different types of cloud formations and what weather is associated with each.
During the first night's speech I mentioned that the American Life League actually claims that Walt Disney's "The Lion King" contains the word "sex" floating by in a cloud formation.
Applying this recipe for cloud formation, scientists hope to find answers to these questions: If Earth's oceans warm, as predicted, will more water evaporate, rise, and form more clouds?