Sub*nu"vo*lar\, a. [Pref. sub + It. nuvola cloud: cf. L. subnubilus somewhat cloudy.] Under the clouds; attended or partly covered or obscured by clouds; somewhat cloudy. [R. & Poetic]

Subnuvolar lights of evening sharply slant. --Milnes.
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