uncloudy

uncloudy

(ʌnˈklaʊdɪ)
adj, -dier or -diest
literary not cloudy; cloudless
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What Goes On is both a book and a piece of art that makes us apprehend the world as we might not without it; it offers us a character on the page and across these pages that confronts the interiority of the lived life with ways uncloudy, but sometimes gloriously, and simply, gray.
The group had a debut hit with Uncloudy Day, on the Chicago-based Vee-Jay label, before seeing several songs achieve huge success at the hands of others.
Uncloudy Day swung so formidably that I wondered how it could be enhanced on the Boys' CD by the accompaniment of The Preservation Hall Jazz Band.
Thus it is possible to observe coastal-trapped waves in uncloudy weather and when there is a tracer on the sea surface.
Rees joined in on shared vocals during Uncloudy Day and by the end of the performance I was baffled as to who was actually headlining.
website] Uncloudy Days: The Gospel Music Encyclopedia (w/CD accompaniment), by Bil Carpente.
ALFORD & GATHERING OF WORSHIPERS, It's All About You (Holy Spirit Records); CHRIS JONES/WORD OF PRAISE, Dance (Tyscot); Soweto Gospel Choir, Blessed (Shanachie); JUNE ROCHELLE, Changing Places (Vision Entertainment); Various artists, Uncloudy Days (Artemis Gospel); MANU KATCHE, Neighbourhood (ECM); Various artists, Brazilian Lounge (Putumayo Music); URBAN MYSTIC, Ghetto Revelations: II (SoBe Entertainment/Warner Bros.
This descriptive word strengthens the mental picture of a clear and uncloudy blue sky which, in turn, points to the bright colour of Rhodes's eyes.
Dave Delano, the Vessel Assist contractor from Point Dume to Point Conception, was monitoring the Santa Cruz Island rescue on that uncloudy September Saturday from his base station in Ventura's Harbor Village.
Intraocular lens implants provide vision that is closest to an uncloudy human lens.
It is almost 50 years since her recording debut on the Staple Singers' VeeJay Records release, Uncloudy Day (1956).