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A few white clouds drifted across the sky.
There’s more cloud than yesterday.
a dust cloud
a huge cloud of black smoke
a cloud of anxiety/misery/uncertainty
Violent protests cast a cloud over the president’s visit.
The only cloud on the horizon is the possibility of a hostile takeover.
He left the company under a cloud.
Backing up your data to the cloud is a good idea.
IT managers predict widespread cloud adoption.
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