climate

[ klahy-mit ]SEE DEFINITION OF climate

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CLIMATE

We seek peace, knowing that peace is the climate of freedom.

Alike as to formation, aspect, and climate, the Causses are unique in France.'

A fruit and vegetable diet seems sufficient in this climate.

Snowdon was 600 feet greater, and the climate was much colder and more rigorous.

The land appears to have risen, and the climate became colder.

The Romans adapted their dwellings to the climate in which they lived.

Then, again, variety of climate should always go with stability of abode.

But, here, it must be distinctly understood, is no alteration produced by climate.

He wants it distinctly understood that trees are made for, and not by, climate.

Like a fine fruit, it will grow in one climate and not in another; at one altitude and not at another.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CLIMATE

locality

nounenvironment
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