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?
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  • 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.
  • Spring growth was budding on the shrubs around the front porch, the weather vane atop one of the turrets facing out to the lake.
  • The carefully wrought and fully detailed weather vane, set high above the machicolated parapets of the building, at once attracts attention.
  • You're all in uniform, you can swing from the weather vane and nobody's going to mind. DEATH AND TRANSFIGURATION
  • By 1988, when we devoted our February issue to the museum's holdings, its folk sculptures included carousel animals, whirligigs, weather vanes, decoys, trade signs, and some forty tobacconists' figures of all sizes and types.
  • A weather vane crowns the building
  • On camera she seems angular and frosty, a wintry weather vane, but in real life much softer.
  • I was a weather vane in a gale-force wind. Times, Sunday Times
  • The word fane you'll recognize in weather vane; a metal flag that the wind blows. podictionary - for word lovers - dictionary etymology, trivia & history

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