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cirrocumulus cloud[¦sir·ō′kyü·myə·ləs ¦klau̇d]
A principal cloud type, appearing as a thin, white path of cloud without shadows, composed of very small elements in the form of grains, ripples, and so on. Abbreviated Cc.
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