Definition of cloudy :
1. Confused; indistinct; obscure; dark.
2. Consisting of a cloud or clouds.
3. Indicating gloom, anxiety, sullenness, or ill- nature; not open or cheerful.
4. Lacking clearness, brightness, or luster.
5. Marked with veins or sports of dark or various hues, as marble.
6. Overcast or obscured with clouds; clouded; as, a cloudy sky.
marshy, ambiguous, disoriented, transparent, darksome, cloud-covered, plutonian, undistinct, miasmal, dirty, boggy, beside yourself, profound, riley, lowering, sepulchral, dazed, crystal clear, mysterious, difficult, soupy, clear, solemn, beclouded, abstruse, certain, dreich, cirrocumulus, squashy, spaced, glum, muddied, lonesome, desolate, brumous, roiled, blear, sloppy, hazed, column, nebulose, depressing, sloughy, dull, involved, drear, deep, gray, cirrostratus, quaggy, darkening, clouded, muddy, intricate, comfortless, lonely, morose, miserable, cumulus, at a loss (to do something), overcast, threatening, sullen, miasmic, dire, cloudlike, heavy, tenebrific, overclouded, can't think straight, nebulous, smoggy, elegiac, funereal, nebular, confused, billow, perplexed, chill, depressive, doubtful, cirrus, uncertain, blurry, bank, unfixed, swampy, mirky, inexplicit, crystalline, bewildered, hidden, godforsaken, saturnine, vaporous, translucent, cumulonimbus, soggy, sunless, incomprehensible, dingy, equivocal, wretched, cloud, morbid, cheerless, roily, tenebrous, disconsolate, enigmatical, mucky, lugubrious, complicated, Grey, miry, cold, dense, leaden, bleak, waterlogged, complex, forlorn, befogged, Cimmerian
dark (part of speech: adjective)
dim (part of speech: adjective)
bubbly (part of speech: adjective)
obscure (part of speech: adjective)
semitransparent (part of speech: adjective)
opaque (part of speech: adjective)
- In an instant he had swung himself over and was running down the roofs of the cars, silhouetted against the cloudy sky. - "Tom of the Raiders", Austin Bishop.
- The wind's dead north, and it's cloudy and damp. - "A Breath of Prairie and other stories", Will Lillibridge.
- In spite of the cloudy morning, the staircase was light enough to make it easy to distinguish faces, even on the landing above. - "The Children of the World", Paul Heyse.