cumuliform[kyo̵̅o̅′myə lə fôrm′]
cumuliform definition by Webster's New World
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designating, or having the form of, a cumulus, or esp. any cloud with lofty vertical development
Origin: Classical Latin cumuli, plural of cumulus plush -form
cumuliform definition by American Heritage Dictionary
Having the shape of a cumulus.