stratocumulus[strāt′ō kyo̵̅o̅m′yə ləs, strat′-]
stratocumulus definition by Webster's New World
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noun pl. stratocumuli
the type of white or gray cloud found at low altitudes and consisting of large, smooth or patchy layers of water droplets and possibly some hail or snow
Origin: ModL: see stratus and amp; cumulus
stratocumulus definition by American Heritage Dictionary
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noun pl. stra·to·cu·mu·li
A low-lying cloud formation occurring in extensive horizontal layers with rounded summits.
Origin: strat(us) + cumulus.
stratocumulus - Science Definition
Plural stratocumuli stratocumuli
A low-altitude, often patchy cloud occurring in extensive horizontal layers with distinct, rounded tops. See illustration at cloud.