Pronunciation: (ō"vur-kloud'),[key] —v.t. 1. to overspread with or as if with clouds: a summer storm that briefly overclouds the sun; to overcloud one's pleasure with solemn thoughts. 2. to darken; obscure; make gloomy: a childhood that was overclouded by the loss of his parents.
—v.i. to become clouded over or overcast: Toward evening the sky began to overcloud.