Examples of clime in a Sentence
a nonconformist who left his jerkwater hometown for the more welcoming clime of the big city
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Founded in 1973, Embrapa made the cerrado’s acidic soils hospitable to maize, soyabean and cattle, and created types of crops and livestock that could thrive in such climes.
Head for cooler climes and get a little exercise with these kid-friendly hikes.
An easy-to-grow succulent for gardeners in the frost-free climes, aloe is perhaps best known as a salve for sore or sunburnt skin.
What Fleming helped discover is that while in the tropics the fungus reaches full maturity in one or two months, in temperate climes like hers, the fungus sets up its zombie ant on a twig in June, but doesn’t reach maturity until the next year.
The Aztecs play in the Maui Invitational over Thanksgiving, fly home and a week later head east to a less temperate clime.
The area was first settled by the Tongva people, who established a village in Sierra Madre Canyon upon moving down from the high desert into the more temperate climes of the San Gabriel Valley and Los Angeles Basin more than 1,500 years ago.
It’s hard for a bird to pass up the state’s temperate clime and stable prey sources.
The standard of football in Ligue 1 is often the source of debate - especially with the squad PSG have assembled - but according to reports in Russia, Neymar could very well have been plying his trade in colder climes back in 2008.
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CLIME Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of clime for English Language Learners
: a climate : a place with a particular climate
CLIME Defined for Kids
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