cloudless

[kloud-lis]
adjective
having no clouds; clear: a cloudless sky.

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English. See cloud, -less

cloudlessly, adverb
cloudlessness, noun
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cloud (klaʊd)
 
n
1.  cirrus cumulonimbus cumulus See also stratus a mass of water or ice particles visible in the sky, usually white or grey, from which rain or snow falls when the particles coagulate
2.  any collection of particles visible in the air, esp of smoke or dust
3.  a large number of insects or other small animals in flight
4.  something that darkens, threatens, or carries gloom
5.  jewellery a cloudlike blemish in a transparent stone
6.  (modifier) of or relating to cloud computing: a cloud application
7.  in the clouds not in contact with reality
8.  under a cloud
 a.  under reproach or suspicion
 b.  in a state of gloom or bad temper
9.  informal on cloud nine elated; very happy
 
vb (when intr, often foll by over or up)
10.  to make or become cloudy, overcast, or indistinct
11.  (tr) to make obscure; darken
12.  (tr) to confuse or impair: emotion clouded his judgment
13.  to make or become gloomy or depressed
14.  (tr) to place under or render liable to suspicion or disgrace
15.  to render (liquids) milky or dull or (of liquids) to become milky or dull
16.  to become or render mottled or variegated
 
[C13 (in the sense: a mass of vapour): from Old English clūd rock, hill; probably related to clod]
 
'cloudless
 
adj
 
'cloudlessly
 
adv
 
'cloudlessness
 
n
 
'cloudlike
 
adj

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Example sentences
And round my way the past couple of nights have been pretty cloudless and the
  stars beautifully clear.
It is pitch-dark on the mountain top and the sky is cloudless, perfect for
  astronomy.
Even on cloudless afternoons, perfect for haying, the dark nimbus of war hangs
  in the air.
From a cloudless blue sky the resplendent solar disk dazzles the eye.
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