A Dictionary of the Older Scottish Tongue (up to 1700)

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Ourcludit, O'rcloudit, p.p. Also: oure-. [Cf. e.m.E. overcloud v. (1592) to cloud over.] Overclouded; obscured; prevented from seeing clearly. — Thare risis sic ane reik of corruptioun Ressoun is ourcludit [Arund. ourecludit]; Contempl. Sinn. 1412 (Harl.).
Quhen the night … had … the horizons of myne eyes o'rcloudit; Mure Early Misc. P. i. 8.

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