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rain cloud

[′rān ‚klau̇d]
(meteorology)
Any cloud from which rain falls; a popular term having no technical denotation.
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It has had one or two reported problems, such as that its sleek black skin is damaged by rainwater, making it vulnerable to detection, and that its radar could not tell the difference between a rain cloud and a mountain.
You can play games, solve puzzles, and collect items to help them find a rain cloud.
from the steamie We were reminded by one of our members that every rain cloud did have a silver lining.
In a bizarre rant, he posted a picture on Twitter of the Isle of Man under a huge rain cloud and wrote: "Ha ha ha.
Suspended among the treetops from a blue balloon and disguised as a rain cloud, Pooh got pretty close to his honeycomb goal before reporting the bad news to Christopher Robin that "the bees are now definitely Suspicious."
I''m undermy umbrella, Just like Rihanna, I really wished I had a spanner, To turn off the waterworks in the sky, I''ll scream if I see another rain cloud float by.
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Edmonds, 57, sparked a cosmic belief craze when viewers of his cult Channel 4 show noticed drawings including a heart, star and rain cloud on his hand.
CLOSE CALL: Stuart Rain lofts the ball over the Llanelli keeper, but also over the bar as Nomads crash RAIN CLOUD: Stuart Rain's header goes over
Forecasters are now predicting prolonged warm sunshine and barely a rain cloud on the horizon.
A MOTORIST mistook a rain cloud for smoke at a posh hotel and sparked a full-scale fire alert.
The Tribute in Light, representing the fallen Twin Towers, poignantly illuminated a rain cloud over Manhattan, New York.