cloudy (adj.) Old form(s): Cloudie , clowdy
sullen, gloomy, scowling
1H4 III.ii.83[King Henry to Prince Hal, of the people's reaction to Richard II] [they] rendered such aspect / As cloudy men use to their adversaries
2H6 III.i.155[Gloucester to King] Suffolk's cloudy brow [blabs] his stormy hate
Mac III.vi.41[Lord to Lennox] The cloudy messenger turns me his back
R3 II.ii.112[Buckingham to all] You cloudy princes
Ven.725[Venus to Adonis] thy lips / Make modest Dian cloudy and forlorn
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