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kodora
Greece

mountains
 
Hi everyone
When talking about mountains can we refer to them as cloud-clad?
Thanks in advance
Dora

31 Jan 2011      



edrodmedina
United States

I guess there ´s nothing wrong with saying cloud-clad although it does ´t roll off the tongue so easily. I would probably say cloud covered.

31 Jan 2011     



thedropper
Japan

I agree with edrodmedina, cloud covered is probably better.  I suppose cloud topped might work too. 

31 Jan 2011     



ju10
Brazil

Hi, Kodora!

I think we can dear. I read an article about China and there was a sentence like this:
´There is a cloud clad mountain on the background, except which there is nothing much whcich I could notice. (They were discribing a photo) subups.blogspot.com
 
or ´Snow ´ like cloud clad Mountains- www.naseerommer.com
Hope it can help you.

31 Jan 2011