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Definition of "rainstorm" []

  • A storm accompanied by rain. (noun)
  • A storm with heavy rain (noun)

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Use "rainstorm" in a sentence
  • "With the calming effects of subtlety, familiarity and authenticity, J.Crew eases a risk-averse male into new looks, as simple as a madras shirt in a pinkish-reddish/aqua-gray colorway it calls "rainstorm.""
  • "And a computer simulation of consciousness is no more the real thing than a computer simulation of digestion is an actual digestive process or the computer simulation of a rainstorm is a solution to the drought."
  • "If properly designed, a foul flush device or detachable downpipe is fitted for exclusion of the first 20 litres of runoff during a rainstorm, which is mostly contaminated with dust, leaves, insects and bird droppings."