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Noun: weather  we-dhu(r)
  1. (meteorology) the atmospheric conditions that comprise the state of the atmosphere in terms of temperature and wind and clouds and precipitation
    "they were hoping for good weather"; "every day we have weather conditions and yesterday was no exception";
    - weather condition, conditions, atmospheric condition
Verb: weather  we-dhu(r)
  1. Face and withstand with courage
    "She weathered the elements";
    - endure, brave, brave out
  2. Cause to slope
  3. Sail to the windward of
  4. Change under the action or influence of the weather
    "A weathered old hut"
Adjective: weather  we-dhu(r)
  1. Towards the side exposed to wind
    - upwind

Sounds like: weakly, weather, whether

Derived forms: weathers, weathered, weathering

See also: windward

Type of: angle, atmospheric phenomenon, crumble, decay, defy, dilapidate, hold, hold up, lean, sail, slant, tilt, tip, withstand

Encyclopedia: Weather, Climate and Society