|dark cloud |
See absorption nebula.
I was afraid it might have to do with him, because Erick was the one enveloped in a dark cloud.
The man was like a dark cloud—rather like having a joyless loan officer run the country.
He returned to golf with a chip on his shoulder and a dark cloud following him around on the emerald fairways of the sport.
Legally, he was cleared of everything—except a dark cloud of suspicion.
One dark cloud for the royal couple is their accommodation situation.
And then, like a dark cloud, came the recollection of how he had obtained the information upon which his success was based.
The phantom stood before him, like a dark cloud in the image of a man.
At the same moment a dark cloud apparently obscured the sun.
David suffered the common fate of all in having a dark cloud.
When the dark cloud broke on August 4, 1914, Canada was not wholly unprepared.