Cloudlike

What is Cloudlike?

Cloudlike definition and meaning on Dictionary terms:
noun
a visible collection of particles of water or ice suspended in the air, usually at an elevation above the earth’s surface.
any similar mass, especially of smoke or dust.

a dim or obscure area in something otherwise clear or transparent.
a patch or spot differing in color from the surrounding surface.
anything that obscures or darkens something, or causes gloom, trouble, suspicion, disgrace, etc.
a great number of insects, birds, etc., flying together: a cloud of locusts obscuring the sun.
Digital Technology. any of several, often proprietary, parts of the Internet that allow online processing and storage of documents and data as well as electronic access to software and other resources (usually preceded by the): More and more software companies are encouraging users to store their work in the cloud.

adjective
of or relating to cloud computing: cloud software; cloud servers.
relating to or doing business on the Internet: Google and other cloud companies.

verb (used with object)
to overspread or cover with, or as with, a cloud or clouds: The smoke from the fire clouded the sun from view.
to overshadow; obscure; darken: The hardships of war cloud his childhood memories.

to make gloomy.
(of distress, anxiety, etc.) to reveal itself in (a part of one’s face): Worry clouded his brow.
to make obscure or indistinct; confuse: Don’t cloud the issue with unnecessary details.
to place under suspicion, disgrace, etc.
to variegate with patches of another color.

verb (used without object)
to grow cloudy; become clouded.
(of a part of one’s face) to reveal one’s distress, anxiety, etc.: His brow clouded with anger.

 

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