weather vane

NOUN
  1. mechanical device attached to an elevated structure; rotates freely to show the direction of the wind
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How To Use weather vane In A Sentence

  • The weather vane points North
  • Using more pipe fittings, we rigged up a weather vane, and then we were ready to install the dish roof.
  • For a few hours I was a kid again, reliving memories sparked by the dozens of puppets and paintings, quilts and carvings, weather vanes and whirligigs that combined my two earliest passions - baseball and art.
  • The weather vane on top of BR's Eastern Region headquarters had been regilded by York Civic Trust and so the representation of a North Eastern Region Class S 4-6 - 0 steam locomotive once more shone out above the city.
  • How did this weather vane of the US economy become a car crash of a corporation?
  • For the purposes of taking your own readings, any weather vane and anemometer must be housed at least 10’ high and away from the influence of any fences or buildings.
  • Dream is wings of weather vane of the brave.
  • The wide range of works includes quilts, rugs, needlework, paintings, works on paper, weather vanes, whirligigs, decoys, and painted furniture.
  • The grasshopper weather vane takes pride of place in the living room next to a handmade checkerboard of about 1880 with marbleized painted decoration and the stenciled inscription ‘Fd. Champagne.’
  • The wide range of works includes quilts, rugs, needlework, paintings, works on paper, weather vanes, whirligigs, decoys, and painted furniture.
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