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[klou-did] /ˈklaʊ dɪd/
confused; muddled; disordered:
a mind clouded by sorrow.
covered with or as if with clouds.
Origin of clouded
First recorded in 1590-1600; cloud + -ed2
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unclouded, adjective Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2018.
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  • The fog had lifted, the sun blazed forth in unclouded majesty.

    Slaves of Mercury Nat Schachner
  • The night of Brock's first visit to the woods was warm and unclouded.

    Creatures of the Night Alfred W. Rees
  • Inviting you to this work I do not promise you fair sailing and unclouded skies.

  • He does not ask, when the sunbeams fall on his unclouded vision, if it be light.

    Ernest Linwood Caroline Lee Hentz
  • His face, beaming with unclouded love and trust, seemed to me as the face of an angel.

    Ernest Linwood Caroline Lee Hentz
  • The harvest moon in the zenith was flooding the world with unclouded light.

    The Mermaid

    Lily Dougall
  • And now her wanting me has come just when it isn't her unclouded self that wants me.

    Michael E. F. Benson
  • The sea was like a mirror in which lay the reflection of the unclouded sky.

    The Call of the Blood

    Robert Smythe Hichens

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