Definition of Thundercloud. Meaning of Thundercloud. Synonyms of Thundercloud

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Definition of Thundercloud

Thundercloud
Thundercloud Thun"der*cloud`, n. A cloud charged with electricity, and producing lightning and thunder.

Meaning of Thundercloud from wikipedia

- ****ulonimbus (from Latin ****ulus, "heaped" and nimbus, "rainstorm") is a dense, towering vertical cloud, forming from water vapor carried by powerful upward...
- Daniels (April 12, 1899 – December 1, 1955), known professionally as Chief Thundercloud, was an American character actor in Westerns. He is noted for being the...
- "Thunderclouds" is a song by pop music supergroup LSD. It was released on August 9, 2018, by Columbia Records as the third single from LSD's debut studio...
- intensely coloured jam. They can have white or pink flowers. The cultivar 'Thundercloud' has bright red foliage which darkens purple. Others, such as 'Lindsayae'...
- lightning are distinguished by where they occur: either inside a single thundercloud, between two different clouds, or between a cloud and the ground. Many...
- For instance, that field may be due to the separation of charges in a thundercloud ("DC" field) often ****ociated with sprites, or due to the electromagnetic...
- They are triggered by the discharges of positive lightning between the thundercloud and the ground. The phenomena were named after the mischievous sprite...
- thereby control the time and location of a lightning strike from the thundercloud. The conductor trailed by the rocket can be either a physical wire, or...
- Randolph Scott, Ruth Roman, and Zachary Scott. Reissued under the title Thundercloud, the film served as the loose basis for the television series Colt .45...
- Sunset over the Pacific Ocean as seen from the International Space Station. Anvil tops of thunderclouds are also visible....
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