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noun as in weather

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San Francisco inventor Aaron Jones has come up with a heated, outdoor bench to make hosting toasty even in the chilliest of climes.

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Restaurants opened since the pandemic feature New York names testing southern climes.

Climate change may mean new geographies become ripe for cacao production, as tropical environments expand beyond equator nations to create new chocolatey climes.

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What scientists discovered was that density differences coupled with Earth’s rotation drive deep ocean currents that take cold water to warm climes and vice versa, which in turn create the thermocline.

It makes sense that a warmer climate could generate more lightning in historically colder climes, says Sander Veraverbeke, an earth systems scientist at VU University Amsterdam who was not involved in the work.

In the meantime, she is off to Egypt on assignment and he continues his research in the musty clime of an Oxford library.

His battered hat, browned by the suns of every clime, was pulled forward over his wrinkled face.

The laws of the house of God are applicable to men of every clime.

And thus, The Golden Bird flew all about the world, to every land and clime, beloved by all folk everywhere.

She thought of her husband in some vague warm clime on the other side of the globe, while she was here in the cold.

I may say, however, they were men who had acquired fitness for the task by service in almost every clime.


On this page you'll find 14 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to clime, such as: humidity, temperature, altitude, aridity, conditions, and latitude.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.