OVERC'AST, verb transitive
1. To cloud; to darken; to cover with gloom.
The clouds that overcast our morn shall fly.
2. To cast or compute at too high a rate; to rate too high.
The king in his account of peace and calms did much overcast his fortunes -
3. To sew over.
OVERC'AST, participle passive Clouded; overspread with clouds or gloom.
The dawn is overcast
Our days of age are sad and overcast