A house paint that weathers well.
An example of weather is someone getting into an accident without injury or damage to their car.
An example of weather is San Diego being sunny in January.
An example of weather is Florida having hurricanes in September.
Had known him in many weathers.
An example of weather is the Statue of Liberty turning green from the reaction of copper and rain.
Encountered weather five miles out to sea.
Protected the house from the weather.
A weather plane.
To weather a storm.
Canvas that weathers well.
Weather a crisis.
Protected against the weather.
The walls of the barn had weathered.
- To exaggerate the difficulty of something to be done.
- Somewhat indisposed; slightly ill.
- to create needless difficulties in dealing with
- not feeling well; somewhat sick; ailing
- somewhat drunk
Idioms and Phrasal Verbs
Origin of weather
- Middle English weder, wether from Old English weder wē- in Indo-European roots
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
- From Middle English, from Old English weder, from Proto-Germanic *wedrÄ…, from Proto-Indo-European *wedÊ°rom (=*we-dÊ°rom). Cognate with West Frisian waar, Dutch weer, Low German Weder, German Wetter, Danish vejr, Swedish väder; also more distantly related to Russian вёдро (vyodro, “fair weather") and perhaps Albanian vrÃ«ndÃ« (“light rain").