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rainy

adjective \ˈrā-nē\

: having a lot of rain

rain·i·errain·i·est

Full Definition of RAINY

:  marked by, abounding with, or bringing rain <rainy weather>

Examples of RAINY

  1. <found that the cold, rainy weather made his joints swell and ache>

First Known Use of RAINY

before 12th century

Related to RAINY

Rhymes with RAINY

Rainy

geographical name \ˈrā-nē\

Definition of RAINY

river 80 miles (129 kilometers) on Canada-U.S. boundary between Ontario & Minnesota flowing from Rainy Lake into Lake of the Woods
RAINY Defined for Kids

rainy

adjective \ˈrā-nē\
rain·i·errain·i·est

Definition of RAINY for Kids

:  having much rain <a rainy season>

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stringent Hear it
rigorous, strict, or severe
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