- v. present participle of rain.
- adj. falling in drops or as if falling like rain
“It's raining," she said, pointing to the window -- "_raining!”
“Any movie with gumballs raining from the sky is alright with me.”
“Wow, gumballs raining from the sky is pure genius.”
“I think this movie stole their commercial idea about skittles raining from the sky. .well, better that than frogs like in Vanilla Sky”
“Favorite Cartoon Ever in a Hustler Magazine The one with a black woman at a wishing well smiling as welfare checks start raining from the sky.”
“April 26th, 2008 11: 50 pm ET maybe some one at the Obama camp can explain why with all the negative attacks raining from the clintons they don't respond in kind? why not ask how, with 54% of the american people saying they can't trust her we should believe her promises.”
“The sun was out but you could barely see it through the smoke everywhere, ash raining from the sky.”
“You know, insects raining from the sky, waters parting with trout wakes ... the moments that ruin you, and transform you into a trout bum forever.”
“I walked Deirdre and Gavin down to the local, 'cause we didn't want them to get crushed to death on the hairpin blind turns on the road and they didn't know the other way, and wow, 11pm in the summer when it's not raining is a very nice time to walk in Ireland!”
“For after all, the best thing one can do when it's raining is to let it rain.”
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