One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘The spokesperson explained that heavy thunderstorms come from cumulous cloud, which go up to 40,000 ft into the atmosphere.’
- ‘I looked up, a little surprised that half the moon was covered in heavy cumulous clouds.’
- ‘It conjures up an even bleaker, but nonetheless beautiful landscape of rusted metal and sand, some figures gamboling just over the shore line towards a stunning sky of moody cumulous.’
- ‘We were both quiet as we watched the cirrus and cumulous clouds float aimlessly in the vast opening above us.’
- ‘Above the mighty fortress of earth, dark cumulous nimbus clouds clash violently against each other invoking the worst of all storms and hindering all whom dare to cross by air.’
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