|polluted rain||acid rain|
|(Hinduism) one of the principle Vedic deities, Vedic god of battle and rain||Indra|
|(Slang) heavy rain; drunkard||soaker|
|(symbol) ", amount of rain or snow, island, move along very slowly, creep, edge, move slowly, small amount, unit of atmospheric pressure, unit of length, unit of measurement, 1/12 of a foot (equal to 2.54 cm); little bit, iota||inch|
|,(new zealand) suit jacket, cover surface, cover with a thin layer (of paint, dust, etc.), covering on animal, protective outer garment (against rain, cold, etc.); protective outer covering (fur, bark, etc.); coating, layer (as of paint), provide someb...||coat|
|a quickening of something, formation of rain or snow or hail, formation of suspension in solution, haste, rush, hurry; separation of a solid from a solution (Chemistry); condensed moisture that falls from the sky (i.e. rain, etc.), propulsion||precipitation|
|a year, closing period or period of inactivity, keep something somewhere in winter, of winter, of the season between autumn and spring, coldest season of the year (often characterized by coldness and rain or snow); period of dormancy or inactivity; spa...||winter|
|acclaim, exclamation of greeting, pellets of ice, pouring down of something harmful, rain down hail; pour down like hail, fall with force; salute, welcome; call to from a distance, rain ice pellets, shout or signal, shout or signal for attention, small...||hail|
|achiever, one who attempts to produce rain, one who tries to cause rain to fall, somebody who causes rain||rainmaker|
|act of moving swiftly; wind-driven cloud or mist; rain shower, clouds driven by wind, move swiftly, pass quickly, sail before gale, sudden shower or gust, swift movement||scud|
|act of polluting, contamination; desecration; dirtying, soiling; spoiling, destruction, polluted state||pollution|
|act of sprinkling, distribute small amounts of, give out in small amounts, light rain, light rain; small amount, handful, rain very slightly, scatter or be scattered throughout things, disperse; spray; fall lightly, drizzle (about rain), sugar particle...||sprinkle|
|amount of rain fallen over time, occurrence of rain, quantity of rain that has fallen; shower, instance of water droplets falling from the clouds during stormy weather||rainfall|
|area of less rain||rain shadow|
|attack violently, be angry, blow with great force (of wind); fall heavily, come down with great force (of precipitation); rage; charge, forcefully assault, blow with or without precipitation, heavy rain or snow, outburst of feeling, rain of objects, ru...||storm|
|aura of splendor, aura; halo; resplendent reputation; dark rain cloud (Meteorology), cloud of light around deity, dark rain-bearing cloud, image of halo||nimbus|
|be full of, be full of; swarm with, discharge something, rain heavily||teem|
|bird thought to portend rain||rainbird|
|blow strongly, brief disturbance, noisy cry, shout, scream; blow suddenly and powerfully, show of temper, sudden powerful storm accompanied by heavy snow or rain; scream, windstorm, yell||squall|
|blowing in bursts, blowing in gusts or bursts (of wind, rain, etc.); characterized by sudden outbursts (of emotion, laughter, etc.); full of vigor, zesty||gusty|
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