Synonym: bleak, cloudy, dark, dismal, gloomy, hazy, misty, somber. Similar words: plaster cast, overcome, overcrowded, over and over, carcass, altercation, cast off, cast away. Meaning: [‚əʊvə(r)kɑːst] n. 1. the state of the sky when it is covered by clouds 2. gloomy semidarkness caused by cloud cover 3. a long whip stitch or overhand stitch overlying an edge to prevent raveling 4. a cast that falls beyond the intended spot. v. 1. make overcast or cloudy 2. sew over the edge of with long slanting wide stitches 3. sew with an overcast stitch from one section to the next. adj. filled or abounding with clouds.
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1 The little village was overcast by the morning fog.
2 The sky was soon overcast.
3 For three days it was overcast.
4 But, it's overcast today.
5 Today it will be dull and overcast.
6 The sky became heavily overcast.
7 The weather forecast is for showers and overcast skies.
8 The overcast and rainy weather found out his arthritis.
9 It's a bit overcast it might rain.
10 The overcast lifted after the storm.
11 The skies were overcast, and it was chilly and damp.
12 The sky is overcast now, but I think it will clear up soon.
13 The sky/weather was overcast.
14 The sky was overcast and a light rain began to fall.
15 During the daytime, it will be overcast,[www.Sentencedict.com] turning clear later.
16 What did overcast you?
17 The weather was overcast.
18 It was as dull as the overcast sky.
19 Perhaps the cool overcast sky got me down.
20 It was muggy and overcast.
21 The morning was shaded by an overcast gray sky.
22 The afternoon will be overcast with cooler temperatures.
23 The sky, as if on cue, was overcast.
24 The air struck dank and chill, and the overcast sky pre-empted the onset of dusk.
25 Also, the monsoon overcast tended to cut down the amount of solar energy available.
26 A heavy overcast like a poison gas cloud was stationary over the battered city.
27 The afternoon was overcast, gray and chilly for late spring.
28 All of a sudden, a southeasterly wind sprang up and the sky was overcast.
29 The pale sun of early morning was being obliterated and would soon be entirely overcast.
30 It was a bleak day when I received the letter, an overcast that would neither snow, rain, nor shine.
More similar words: plaster cast, overcome, overcrowded, over and over, carcass, altercation, cast off, cast away, forecast, typecast, telecast, cast about, cast aside, broadcast, castigate, cast about for, live broadcast, over, cover, lover, overall, oversee, be over, covert, all over, go over, get over, covered, governor, recover.