uncloud

uncloud

(ʌnˈklaʊd)
vb
1. (intr) to become free of clouds
2. (intr) to cease to be obscure
3. (tr) to clear clouds from
4. (tr) to make clear or clarify
5. (tr) to render less obscure or dim
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Before our industry can uncloud this important issue, we must understand the consumer's perception when shopping for these items.
By his will alone, the King claims, his "breath can still the winds, / Uncloud the sun, charm down the swelling sea / And stop the clouds of heaven" (4.
It was the look you get when someone is about to cry, when the tears uncloud the eyes but before they cloud them up again.
Let nebulae uncloud and celebrate-- Let meteors spread banners-hallelujah-Let black holes unleash astonished light
It had been a healthy boy brought to term in all good time who'd twist the dials of his interlocking disks or ride a yellow tricycle around his room to wind up magic blow the east wind back uncloud the dark horizon that a hard rain down could never rain.
Well, to help you uncloud your judgment, the following is taken from business writer Werner Renberg, whose nationally syndicated column on bond and equity mutual funds appears in Barron's and who is a frequent guest on CNN and CNBC.
New York was in the vanguard in enacting this statute, yet it appears that RPAPL section 541 has done little to uncloud the waters.