[ US /ˈnɪmbəs/ ]
[ UK /nˈɪmbəs/ ]
  1. an indication of radiant light drawn around the head of a saint
  2. a dark grey cloud bearing rain
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How To Use nimbus In A Sentence

  • Marcus Aurelius's hair stands energetically up, a nimbus of corkscrewing locks, not a bit like the conventional signs for hair that plaster so many Roman marble crania. The Forever City
  • The sunset scene shows a classic cumulonimbus cloud formation.
  • A whirling flash of sapphire suddenly rotated --- in a delirious foxtrot --- with Doc's own dizzy nimbus of gilded amber. BEHINDLINGS
  • Her great wiry nimbus of vermilion hair stood out like a flaming crown above her long slender neck.
  • The sky is filled with the remnants of the enormous cumulonimbus rain clouds that have been building up, emptying their contents and building up again all day.
  • When the power within her reached its peak, the red nimbus around her expanded to fill the entire corridor.
  • Modified skills: Sieze Nimbus , Magic Power and Mana Force - max skill lvl increased to 10.
  • The possibility of being swept away by a cumulonimbus cloud or non-English-speaking tourists drinking frozen lemonade and carrying digital cameras in pedicabs in Central Park? Storm Chaser and Tank Blow Into Town
  • Kira was laying, her head laying delicately on a rock, her hair splayed out around her head like a nimbus.
  • After that everything took on a kind of red hallucinatory nimbus and he became uncertain of events for a while. THE LONGEST WAY HOME
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