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undercast

[′ən·dər‚kast]
(meteorology)
A cloud layer of ten-tenths (1.0) coverage as viewed from an observation point above the layer; the term is used in pilot reporting of in-flight weather conditions.
(mining engineering)
An air crossing in which one airway is deflected to pass under the other airway.
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Instead, find fault with an undercast and overlong production that stints on that ineffable magic without which any musical cannot set sail: It's an archivist's dream, while leaving those in search of an ideal South Pacific unfulfilled.
The moon was full and reflected brightly off the solid cloud undercast obscuring the terrain below us.
This type of undercast padding is not water-resistant.
Finnish nonwovens company Suominen has launched Fibrella Wrap, a new material for undercast paddings and cushions used in wound care, in the South American market.
If it's a solid undercast, I won't do this either VFR or IFR, since the underlying terrain is rough.
Heflin and the others were fortunate that the storm precluded flying over the explosion because they would have been in the middle of the unexpectedly huge blast: "A red ball of fire burst through the undercast, mushrooming into an enormous multicolored cloud.
I was a single at 16,000 feet, on top of an undercast, with known icing conditions, unable to see the ship, NORDO, and with a rapidly decreasing cabin temperature.
They appear at the Colosseum in Primrose Hill Street and support comes from local boys Bridges and the Undercast.
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How apt, then, that his arrival in "Napoleon" should add life to a musical portrait of a leader so undercast on opening night that the show lost all tension and sense.
The problem really centred on the two young protagonists, each with some virtues but essentially undercast.