cumuli


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cu·mu·li

 (kyo͞om′yə-lī′)
n.
Plural of cumulus.
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by S., clear sky with few cumuli; temperature 57 degs., dew-point 36 degs., -- difference
Julian: in the morning, light winds with much rain, followed by a very heavy squall with rain, -- settled into heavy gale with large cumuli, -- cleared up, blowing very strong from S.S.W.
On the horizon fine streaks of cirrhous clouds were succeeded by masses of cumuli. Other low clouds passed swiftly by.