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Weatherfish

ˈwɛðəfɪʃ

Meanings of Weatherfish:

noun

A yellowish-brown freshwater loach which is reputed to become restless at the approach of stormy weather.

Usage examples:

There is a concern that weatherfish could be predators of native fishes or parasite and disease vec…

Meanings of Weatherfishes:

noun

A yellowish-brown freshwater loach which is reputed to become restless at the approach of stormy weather.

Usage examples:

There is a concern that weatherfish could be predators of native fishes or parasite and disease vec…

Weathergirl

ˈweð.ə.ɡɜːl

Meanings of Weathergirl:

noun

A female weather forecaster on television or radio

Meanings of Weathering:

noun

The process of wearing or being worn by long exposure to the atmosphere.

Usage examples:

Aluminium is highly resistant to weathering
verb

Wear away or change the appearance or texture of (something) by long exposure to the atmosphere.

Usage examples:

His skin was weathered almost black by his long outdoor life

Weatherize

ˈweðərʌɪz

Meanings of Weatherize:

verb

Make (a house or other building) resistant to cold weather by adding insulation, storm windows, etc.

Usage examples:

The average family could save $350 on their energy bills by weatherizing their home

Meanings of Weatherman:

noun

A man who broadcasts a description and forecast of weather conditions.

Usage examples:

The weatherman has predicted mild conditions for today, and sunny weather later this weekend and on…

Weathermen

ˈweð.ə.mæn

Meanings of Weathermen:

noun

A man who broadcasts a description and forecast of weather conditions.

Usage examples:

The weatherman has predicted mild conditions for today, and sunny weather later this weekend and on…

Weatherproof

ˈweð.ə.pruːf

Meanings of Weatherproof:

adjective

Resistant to the effects of bad weather, especially rain.

Usage examples:

The building is structurally sound and weatherproof
verb

Make (something) weatherproof.

Usage examples:

Part of his day was spent weatherproofing the house

Weatherproofed

ˈwɛðəpruːf

Meanings of Weatherproofed:

verb

Make (something) weatherproof.

Usage examples:

Part of his day was spent weatherproofing the house
adjective

Resistant to the effects of bad weather, especially rain.

Usage examples:

The building is structurally sound and weatherproof

Weatherproofing

ˈweð.ə.pruː.fɪŋ

Meanings of Weatherproofing:

verb

Make (something) weatherproof.

Usage examples:

Part of his day was spent weatherproofing the house
adjective

Resistant to the effects of bad weather, especially rain.

Usage examples:

The building is structurally sound and weatherproof
noun

The act of making something weatherproof, so that it does not allow bad weather, especially wind or rain, to affect it or pass through it

Usage examples:

This form of insulation is more expensive and involves the weatherproofing of external walls., in t…

Meanings of Weatherproofs:

verb

Make (something) weatherproof.

Usage examples:

Part of his day was spent weatherproofing the house
adjective

Resistant to the effects of bad weather, especially rain.

Usage examples:

The building is structurally sound and weatherproof

Weathers

ˈweð.ər

Meanings of Weathers:

verb

Wear away or change the appearance or texture of (something) by long exposure to the atmosphere.

Usage examples:

His skin was weathered almost black by his long outdoor life
noun

The state of the atmosphere at a particular place and time as regards heat, cloudiness, dryness, sunshine, wind, rain, etc.

Usage examples:

If the weather's good we can go for a walk

Weatherstrip

ˈwɛðəstrɪp

Meanings of Weatherstrip:

noun

A strip of rubber, metal, or other material used to seal the edges of a door or window against rain and wind.

Usage examples:

Place weatherstrips full length along the top of the upper sash rail and along the bottom of the lo…
verb

Apply a weatherstrip to (a door or window).

Usage examples:

I felt guilty that i had not yet weatherstripped that window

Weatherstripped

ˈweð.ə.strɪp

Meanings of Weatherstripped:

verb

Apply a weatherstrip to (a door or window).

Usage examples:

I felt guilty that i had not yet weatherstripped that window
noun

A strip of rubber, metal, or other material used to seal the edges of a door or window against rain and wind.

Usage examples:

Place weatherstrips full length along the top of the upper sash rail and along the bottom of the lo…

Weatherstripping

ˈwɛðəstrɪp

Meanings of Weatherstripping:

verb

Apply a weatherstrip to (a door or window).

Usage examples:

I felt guilty that i had not yet weatherstripped that window

Weatherstrips

ˈweð.ə.strɪp

Meanings of Weatherstrips:

noun

A strip of rubber, metal, or other material used to seal the edges of a door or window against rain and wind.

Usage examples:

Place weatherstrips full length along the top of the upper sash rail and along the bottom of the lo…
verb

Apply a weatherstrip to (a door or window).

Usage examples:

I felt guilty that i had not yet weatherstripped that window

Weathertight

ˈwɛθətʌɪt

Meanings of Weathertight:

adjective

(of a building) sealed against rain and wind.

Usage examples:

The house was warm and weathertight

Meanings of Weatherworn:

adjective

Eroded or altered by exposure to the weather.

Usage examples:

A weather-worn gravestone

Weave

wiːv

Meanings of Weave:

verb

Form (fabric or a fabric item) by interlacing long threads passing in one direction with others at a right angle to them.

Usage examples:

Textiles woven from linen or wool
noun

A particular style or manner in which something is woven.

Usage examples:

Cloth of a very fine weave

Weaved

wiːv

Meanings of Weaved:

verb

Twist and turn from side to side while moving somewhere in order to avoid obstructions.

Usage examples:

He had to weave his way through the crowds

Weaver

ˈwiː.vər

Meanings of Weaver:

noun

A person who weaves fabric.

Usage examples:

We set out for the neighbouring village of kethan, where simple weavers wove the delicate fabric of…

Weaverbird

ˈwiːvə

Meanings of Weaverbird:

noun

A person who weaves fabric.

Usage examples:

We set out for the neighbouring village of kethan, where simple weavers wove the delicate fabric of…

Weavers

ˈwiː.vər

Meanings of Weavers:

noun

A person who weaves fabric.

Usage examples:

We set out for the neighbouring village of kethan, where simple weavers wove the delicate fabric of…

Weaves

wiːv

Meanings of Weaves:

verb

Form (fabric or a fabric item) by interlacing long threads passing in one direction with others at a right angle to them.

Usage examples:

Textiles woven from linen or wool
noun

A particular style or manner in which something is woven.

Usage examples:

Cloth of a very fine weave

Weaving

wiːv

Meanings of Weaving:

noun

The craft or action of forming fabric by interlacing threads.

Usage examples:

Cotton spinning and weaving was done in mills
verb

Form (fabric or a fabric item) by interlacing long threads passing in one direction with others at a right angle to them.

Usage examples:

Textiles woven from linen or wool

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