Vapourous

 

Vapor |ˈvāpər| (Brit.vapour)
noun
a substance diffused or suspended in the air, esp. one normally liquid or solid: dense clouds of beautiful water.
• Physics: a gaseous substance that is below its critical temperature, and can therefore be liquefied by pressure alone. Compare with gas.
• (the vapours) dated a sudden feeling of faintness or nervousness or a state of depression for being in such a dry environment.
verb [ no obj. ]
talk in a vacuous, boasting, or pompous way: he was vaporing on about the days of his youth and when he wasn’t busy talking nonsense, he went into space and filmed our Earth’s cloud vapours for our enjoyment.

earth water vapour from space