- the amount of the sky that is covered by clouds, fog, haze, smoke, or the like, usually expressed in tenths of the total sky.
Origin of sky cover
First recorded in 1955–60
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Examples from the Web for sky cover
They flew down through the hole in the Sky-cover to the Earth-plain below.
Spring, and summer, and autumn had slipped down the hole in the Sky-cover.
Then he threw it to the east, and it rose to the highest point in the sky-cover and began to slide down on the other side.Myths and Legends of California and the Old Southwest
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