from The Century Dictionary.

  • Full of heaps, or of cumuli.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Full of heaps.

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  • adjective Full of heaps.


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From cumulus.


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  • He had to rise to a considerable height, and was for some moments troubled by the masses of snow-white cumulose clouds that lay beneath him, cutting off all view of the ground.

    Round the World in Seven Days


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  • 1. (Archaic) Full of heaps (thus cumulus or "heap-like" clouds).

    2. of a soil deposit: consisting chiefly of accumulated organic matter.

    August 23, 2007

  • JM surveys the cumulose neighbourhood and it is somewhat lumpy!

    February 1, 2010