Noun(1) the state of the sky when it is covered by clouds(2) gloomy semidarkness caused by cloud cover(3) a long whipstitch or overhand stitch overlying an edge to prevent raveling(4) a cast that falls beyond the intended spot
Verb(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
Adjective(1) filled or abounding with clouds
(1) The sky is definitely looking menacing with its gray overcast .(2) One afternoon three of them came in from the sea in close line astern under a solid overcast .(3) The dark overcast hid any hint of the sun, and a bitterly cold wind swept in out of the west, carrying a promise of snow.(4) The Jamaicans were frozen, despite the overcast weather.(5) The whole sky was now overcast with heavy clouds and a part of it even looked a little green.(6) A fine, misty rain fell lightly from the overcast sky, which hung in a looming shade of dull grey.(7) And a somewhat overcast sky has dulled the ocean's blues.(8) Why are there occasions when a low, thick overcast of clouds appears to be heavy with moisture but no rain occurs?(9) Despite overcast skies, the rain held off and the day was enjoyed by all who attended.(10) The sky overhead was overcast with great gray clouds, and the atmosphere was actually kind of moody.(11) I entered the low overcast at about 1000 feet and broke out at 2000 feet, levelled off and recorded the first readings.(12) Make new zipper stops by hand sewing a few overcast stitches on the edge of each tape just above the last tooth.(13) the day was overcast(14) Despite continuing rain and heavy overcast , Burke launched the attack.(15) It was a grey day with an overcast sky, the sort of day when nothing looks very good.(16) The visibility was limited somewhat by a grey, overcast sky and plankton bloom, which constrained the photography to macro shots.