The air was stifling with clouds of dust and smoke.
Heavy clouds of mist hung around the castle.
Great clouds of the little pests hovered round them.
He blew extensive clouds of cigarette smoke.
The wind blew clouds of snow into his face.
The racers disappeared in mingled clouds of dust.
Days passed, bright clouds of days.
Clouds of blue shrapnel smoke broke around its gondola.
Thick clouds of blue cigar smoke filled the air.
Into her mind swept clouds of fresh, heavenly bloom.
Clouds of spray flew about, seemingly like smoke or steam.
In flame, in storm, in clouds of air.
Meantime the war-clouds of the Revolution were gathering.
She holds her Court in the clouds of the setting sun.
Why, why, dost thou not fly, on clouds of love.
Clouds of glory.
O clouds of lawn!
Great clouds of sparks from the woodwork above soared into the heavens.
Clouds of dust whirled up from under their powerful hoof-beats.
Clouds of pearl-coloured smoke encircled the enchanting picture.
And she pointed to clouds of smoke issuing from the laboratory chimney.
Immediately after quitting it, we were enveloped in clouds of snow.
The clouds of mutual mistrust and jealousy have been largely dispelled.
Little clouds of coruscations danced gaily like fireflies about and through it.
This is proved by the great clouds of steam that accompany the action.
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