from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A man who reports and forecasts the weather.
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- n. A weather forecaster, especially a male one.
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- n. predicts the weather
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The threat of snow last week made us a little nervous, so we carried them in, but now the weatherman is predicting another warming trend, so watch out, pansies!
I have never hunted in snow so much in my life, and quite frankly, and just about sick of it, weatherman is calling for a big one this weekend on top of the 3-4 "we got last night, on top of the 6" we got over the weekend.
The weatherman is threatening us with the possibility of our first 90° days this week.
The weatherman is saying this afternoon will be the start of a multiple day blizzard here, so I figure this is a good movie night as any!
Bill Ayers the terrorist weatherman is the next Obama problem that is starting to brew.
| Reply weatherman is right to his underpants. the reporter woman should be fired. debt consolidation
O'Rourke was commonly referred to as the weatherman, which he wasn't at all.
Perhaps your weatherman was a transplant with a cleverly disguised accent? unbalanced reaction |
On executive pay, Mr. Towns said: "I used to think that being a weatherman was the only job in America where you can get it wrong 80% of the time and still have a job," referring to financial-services executives who received bonuses last year.
Beth looks forward to three days worth of housework and laundry on Saturday, which according to the weatherman will be the first sunny day this week.