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- n. weather suitable for outdoor activities
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I am very impatient that he should see Dr. Vanderseude, but he wants to go to him himself, and he cannot go till it be good weather ....
When they hadn't been guested in someone's keep - which was mostly, especially in good weather - they'd camped like this.
I am waiting until it is good weather to ask you to come to dine at Palaiseau with Goulard's Sirenne, and some other Goulards of your kind and of mine.
On March 2, Carden informed the Admiralty that, if good weather continued, he hoped to be through to the Sea of Marmara in two weeks.
Sweeping south in bright sunshine, the ships spread in a fanlike search pattern, each ship at the maximum distance — twelve miles in good weather — that permitted visual communication by signal light.
To John and Ellen McLean, good friends, experts in cattle and computers, our son’s godparents you couldn’t ask for better people to have around in good weather and bad.