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  • The river was swollen, the paths sodden and slippery and a brutal rain-laden north-easterly, carrying heavy grey skies with it, sailed through the Yare valley.

    Country diary: Claxton, Norfolk

  • They had huddled through days of rain-laden gales that would have blown Harry's motorcycle off the road.

    I Don’t Understand ?

  • People from surrounding counties had braved the rain-laden skies to come and see them off.

    Lester Sloan: The Road to Washington -- Manning High School Marches On

  • I wonder if a rainbow might appear out of the rain-laden sky? posted by Glyn Davies at

    Plaid Pigeons Flying Home

  • The vibe was right, their drinks were on point, and the conversation bubbling along like a rain-laden stream.

    The Forever Game

  • The rain-laden trees of the avenue evoked in him, as always, memories of the girls and women in the plays of Gerhart Hauptmann; and the memory of their pale sorrows and the fragrance falling from the wet branches mingled in a mood of quiet joy.

    A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man

  • Water droplets, most likely dislodged from the rain-laden canopy above, struck her face.

    Whispers At Midnight

  • A plethora of emotions cold and damp as the gusts of rain-laden wind blustered through Anna.

    Hunting Season

  • They were winding it up with the usual handing out of business cards to be used if anything was suddenly remembered, when the door opened on a gust of rain-laden wind and female energy.

    Hunting Season

  • She squinted her eyes into the rain-laden wind that tore at her clothes and hair.

    Ship Of Magic

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