cloudy

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Synonyms for cloudy

covered by or as if by a thin coating or film

having sediment or foreign particles stirred up or suspended

liable to more than one interpretation

Synonyms for cloudy

lacking definite form or limits

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full of or covered with clouds

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(of liquids) clouded as with sediment

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But the Met Office warns it will turn cloudier and breezier during Sunday and Monday.
Chris Almond, from the Met Of-fice, said: "It will be cloudier and there will be some very small showers.
Apple is set to make the world a cloudier place at the 2011 WWDC.
And while Merseyside Fire and Rescue put participants through their paces under summer sun during Saturday's assault course, Sportacus kept fitness levels up during a slightly cloudier Sunday.
The Royal Wedding could be hit by heavy showers, forecasters have said as cloudier and cooler weather continues to spread throughout the country.
Even in Oregon - which has a much cloudier climate than California or Arizona - generating energy from the sun is possible.
Poor marks for clear pricing make things even cloudier.
Forecasters say Tuesday is likely to be cloudier, but temperatures will continue to rise in many areas.
As well as providing a direct shading effect, sulphate particles also act as nuclei around which water droplets form, making skies cloudier.
Merco Group's Coconut Grove Hotel, formerly the Wyndham Grand Bay Hotel, was the object of a foreclosure action in August, and itsfuture is growing cloudier.
Compared to the prior year's period, sales as well as operating earnings increased in spite of the cloudier general economic conditions, especially in the U.
The picture in July was a little cloudier for small businesses in Oregon, according to an index released Thursday by LibertyBank, which is based in Eugene.
After some cloudier and cooler weather over Tuesday and Wednesday, high pressure will dominate.
The incentive for commenting on others' papers was cloudier, Mathur notes.
The debris would make lakes cloudier, blocking the penetration of sunlight and its potential poison-removing effects.