Hopkins's brow was clouded, and he sat down with an air of deep dejection.
It was this which clouded Heaven to her at the moment that earth had become a desert.
Except for a few detached details the surroundings of that journey remained vague, clouded, indistinct.
I have had fever, and my eyes have been clouded; but, Heaven be praised!
So the sun grew low, and it set; the stars and the moon shone a while and then it clouded over.
The countenance of the father was clouded with a melancholy expression.
Then the Little Giant sighed, and his face clouded again—it had perhaps been years since his face had clouded twice in one day.
Walker looked at the brawny doctor, and his placid face was clouded.
But Monday morning brought a clouded and softened sky; a brisk south wind arose, and the rain came driving.
The eyes of Martha Bissell clouded with long-suppressed tears.
cloud O.E. clud "mass of rock," from P.Gmc. *kludas, metaphoric extension 13c. based on similarity of cumulus clouds and rock masses. O.E. word for "cloud" was weolcan.