[ruh-neer, rey-, rey-neer] /rəˈnɪər, reɪ-, ˈreɪ nɪər/
Mount, a volcanic peak in W Washington, in the Cascade Range. 14,408 feet (4392 meters).
[rey-nee] /ˈreɪ ni/
adjective, rainier, rainiest.
characterized by :
rainy weather; a rainy region.
wet with :
[rey-neer, re-, ruh-; French re-nyey] /reɪˈnɪər, rɛ-, rə-; French rɛˈnyeɪ/
Rainier Louis Henri Maxence Bertrand de Grimaldi [lwee ahn-ree mak-sahns ber-trahn duh gree-mal dee] /lwi ɑ̃ˈri makˈsɑ̃s bɛrˈtrɑ̃ də gri mal ˈdi/ (Show IPA), Prince of Monaco, 1923–2005, reigning prince of Monaco 1949–2005.
/ˈreɪnɪə; reɪˈnɪə; rə-/
Mount Rainier, a mountain in W Washington State: the highest mountain in the state and in the Cascade Range. Height: 4392 m (14 410 ft)
/ˈreɪnɪˌeɪ; French rɛnje/
full name Rainier Louis Henri Maxence Bertrand de Grimaldi. 1923–2005, ruling prince of Monaco from 1949. He married (1956) the US actress Grace Kelly (1929–82)
adjective rainier, rainiest
characterized by a large rainfall: a rainy climate
wet or showery; bearing rain
Old English renig; see rain (n.) + -y (2).
[reyn] /reɪn/ noun 1. water that is condensed from the aqueous vapor in the atmosphere and falls to earth in drops more than 1/50 inch (0.5 mm) in diameter. Compare (def 6). 2. a , , or shower: We had a light rain this afternoon. 3. rains, the season; seasonal , as in India. 4. […]
- Raining cats and dogs
Raining very heavily: “We wanted to play touch football, but now it’s raining cats and dogs, so I guess we’ll stay inside.”
[reyn-mey-ker] /ˈreɪnˌmeɪ kər/ noun 1. (among American Indians) a medicine man who by various rituals and incantations seeks to cause . 2. a person who induces rainfall by using various scientific techniques, as the seeding of clouds with silver iodide crystals from an airplane. 3. Slang. an executive or lawyer with exceptional ability to attract […]
adverb 1. regardless of the weather or circumstances; in any event: The concert will be held, rain or shine. He’s always a reliable friend, rain or shine. No matter what the circumstances, as in We promised we would finish the project tomorrow, rain or shine . This term, first recorded in 1905, still refers to […]