Rain is the condensed moisture of the atmosphere,
falling visibly in seperate drops.(Oxford Dictionary)
”Rain is shower from the sky”–explains Encarta.
”Mercy is gentle rain from heaven that blesseth
him that gives and him that takes”—Portia (Merchant
”Into each life some rain must fall.”–H.W.Longfellow.
Criticism,like rain, should be gentle enough to nourish
a man’s growth without destroying his roots.–Frank
Rain as an acronym stands for:—
R–Rescuing |Rebundant |Recruiting |Recognize
A–Animals |Array of |Automated |Avoid
I–In |Independent |Interim |Isolate
N–Needs. | Nodes |Network |Notify
Rain maker is one who generates income for the
company by attracting clients.
Reporters ”rained” questions.
Bombs rained down on the battle field.
”Rainbird” is a bird, that can foretell rain by
”Rainbow coalition” is a political alliance of
convenience with differing groups.
”Fog” is composed of particles so fine, as to be
not only indistiinguishable but to float or be suspended
in the air.
”Rainbow”, the arch of colours in the sky, is
created by refraction, reflection and the dispersion of
light. It is visible when the sun is shining through air,
containing water spray or rain drops which occur during
or immediately after a rain shower. The bow is always
observed in the opposite side of the sky, from the sun.
When water falls in very small drops or particles(raindrops
generally have a diametre, greater than 0.5m.m.)
we call it ”mist”.
”Acid Rain” contains harmful chemicals, spewed out
by our polluting activities and descends on our heads
as nature’s retribution.
”Clouds” come floating into my life, no longer
to carry rain or usher storm but to add colour
to my sunset sky”–sings Ravindranath Tagore.
”Spit fire,spout rain”-King Lear.
”Dissolve, thick cloud and rain;
That I may say, ‘the Gods themselves weep’.”
(-forerunner of bigger trajedies)–Antony and Cleopatra.
”What tellest thou me of black and blue? I was beaten
myself into all the colours of the rainbow”–Shakespeare.
”Rain, whose soft architecural hands have power to cut
stones and chisel to shapes of grandeur, the very mountains”
—Henry Ward Beecher.