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Definition of "rainy season" []

  • The portion of the year during which rainfall amounts are greatest. (noun)

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Use "rainy season" in a sentence
  • "In the rainy season it probably ran full, Ranji decided, an impressive torrent filling the cut cur­rently occupied only by a dirty trickle."
  • "During the rainy season our cow presented us with a bull-calf, and that there might never be any difficulty in managing him, I at a very early age, pierced his nose and placed a short stick in it, to be exchanged for a ring when he was old enough."
  • "And when the escape capsule settled to the ground in a shallow depression that in the rainy season would briefly become a lake, only a few dull-witted desert creatures were there to see the main hatch spring open and a lone figure emerge."