Definitions for rainy day

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

rain′y day′(n.)

  1. a future time of need.

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. rainy day(noun)

    a (future) time of financial need

    "I am saving for a rainy day"


  1. rainy day(Noun)

    A difficult period of need, when things do not go right.


  1. Rainy Day

    It's a rainy day outside, and Pee-wee does many things for the rest of the day: fly paper airplanes, get a call from Miss Yvonne (who won't make it due to the weather), build an indoor campfire, and tell a ghost story. Later, he gets bored and has Playhouse fever! Randy tries to cheer him up by letting him call strangers - such as a housewife who grows angry when Randy plays a prank phone call on her. Pee-wee then calls the same person whose husband turns out to be a police officer. The husband threatens to take Pee-wee in, but he lets him go after he learns his lesson. Now, Pee-wee's only hope for "help" is Jambi.


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