rain[ reyn ]SEE DEFINITION OF rain
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RAIN
Rain, which we were much in want of, fell lightly most of the day.
We are much in want of rain, and thought we should have had some, but the barometer is rising this evening.
As soon as we unloaded, it commenced to rain, and kept on steadily till midnight.
I am indeed pleased to get this rain at last, as the country is very dry.
The country is very dry, and I should think there has not been any rain for several months.
The weather is heavy and cloudy, and I hope to get some rain shortly.
It must be a long while since there has been rain, or it would not have been dry.
They had not had any rain, not even the light shower we had this morning.
If there was rain, there would be enough water here for a month or more.
Trenches were dug round the hut and tent, so that they must have had rain.