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unclouded (ʌnˈklaʊdɪd) 



  1. not cloudy or overcast   ⇒ I was grateful for those unclouded skies from which the light shone so radiantly.
  2. not milky or dull   ⇒ His eyes were blue and unclouded.
  3. not made gloomy or depressed   ⇒ It should have been a day of unclouded happiness for everybody., The future was unclouded then.
  4. not confused or impaired   ⇒ It is very important that those who practise divination have clear, unclouded minds and emotions.

Example Sentences Including 'unclouded'

Above my head is a dazzling canopy of stars, unclouded by a haze of pollution or that modern curse of the stargazer - light.
Independent (1999)
And in possession of a purity of vision that's unclouded by cynicism--as the big picture behind the details will reveal.
Business Today (1996)
As we drove along Mumbles Road the sun was high in an unclouded sky, the tide was halfway in and the sea was blue.
Secombe, Fred Goodbye Curate
In the East, which had remained unclouded , the sky was beginning to grow pale.
J.R.R. Tolkien THE LORD OF THE RINGS (2004)
Instead, I turned aside and made for the as yet unclouded top of Ard Nev, apparently a short and simple climb away.
Somerville, Christopher The Other British Isles
Lord Chancellor's judgment unclouded by political issues; Law letter
Times, Sunday Times (2002)
She was a wonderment, when he saw her like this, with unclouded eyes.
Clive Barker SACRAMENT (2001)


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