Examples of clime in a Sentence
a nonconformist who left his jerkwater hometown for the more welcoming clime of the big city
Recent Examples of clime from the Web
Climate is a variable that could influence culture, so taking that issue out of the equation could answer the question of whether colder climes induce individualism.
Progressives should do the math: A 13% tax rate generates zero revenue from someone who leaves the state for friendlier climes.
These penguins live in subtropical climes and rarely even see snow.
To those who have tasted and loved the ethereal, delicate, otherworldly Pinots of Fort Ross-Seaview, planting Cabernet Sauvignon — a variety for warmer, sunnier, drier climes — might sound like a fool’s errand.
Only eight teams will take to the field for top flight action this week, with a number of sides either prepping for a shot at Wembley glory, or taking to warmer climes in order to recharge their batteries for the season's run-in.
Escaping an unseasonably cold and wet Washington for sunnier climes, Trump waxed nostalgic during a tax event about his electoral victory 16 months ago and accepted the praise of a handpicked and friendly crowd.
Kratos is now bearded, slightly more aged, and relocated to the cold and unfamiliar climes of Scandinavia.
Frigid climes mandate warm refuge, and Minneapolis most discernibly harbors a hygge heart.
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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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