His certainty was unclouded by doubt, or at least public doubt; his righteousness bereft of humility.
The atmosphere in the underground ballroom, however, manages to be unclouded, both laid-back and efficient.
He set out, says one that saw him leave town, as unclouded and happy as the sky that was above his head that bright morning.
His mind was unclouded and he passed from this world calmly and quietly.
It was past sunrise now; the mugginess in the air had fled before the unclouded sun, and the day was pleasantly bright and warm.
They hang so together; have been so constant, so clear, unclouded.
I hear their laughing voices, I see their bright, unclouded eyes.
The only unclouded faces there were Doc Bradley's and old Mrs. Bray's.
One foot of murky English sky was dearer, after all, than miles of the unclouded heavens of the South.
But the atmosphere, though no longer electric, is not yet unclouded.