[ US /ˈwɛðɝ/ ]
[ UK /wˈɛðɐ/ ]
  1. face and withstand with courage
    She braved the elements
  2. sail to the windward of
  3. cause to slope
  4. change under the action or influence of the weather
    A weathered old hut
  1. towards the side exposed to wind
  1. the atmospheric conditions that comprise the state of the atmosphere in terms of temperature and wind and clouds and precipitation
    the conditions were too rainy for playing in the snow
    every day we have weather conditions and yesterday was no exception
    they were hoping for good weather
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How To Use weather In A Sentence

  • Due to the bad weather, the building work was already behind schedule.
  • Filming went ahead in spite of the bad weather.
  • The bad weather severely handicapped their performance in the race.
  • If the indoor tables don't satisfy you, and if the weather is right, do ask for a table on the terrace.
  • The softer rock has been weathered away into soil.
  • The weather was beautiful and our little house gorgeous. Times, Sunday Times
  • Such changeable weather can pose problems for wildlife. Times, Sunday Times
  • But he likes the feeling of pride he gets when marshaling a bomber plane to the runway for a launch - no matter the weather.
  • While the alpine end of the sport needs only cold weather to produce skiable terrain, cross-country must have snow.
  • Looking through the casement was the visage of the mariner, no longer stern, but moved with unutterable emotion, and tears, yes, tears trickling down his weather-beaten cheeks. Edward Barnett; a Neglected Child of South Carolina, Who Rose to Be a Peer of Great Britain,—and the Stormy Life of His Grandfather, Captain Williams or, The Earle's Victims: with an Account of the Terrible End of the Proud Earl De Montford, the Lamen
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