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We shall put off our departure in case it rains.
If it should rain, the garden party would be in a mess.
Should it rain tomorrow, the picnic would be canceled.
It began to rain in earnest.
We could not play owing to the rain.
Mother took the clothes off the line in anticipation of rain.
What with the wind and the rain, our trip was spoiled.
Our walk was spoiled by the wind and the rain.
What with the wind and the rain, our walk was spoiled.
What with the wind and the rain, the game was spoiled.
The wind was blowing violently, and to make matters worse, it began raining.
Don't go outside. It's raining hard.
The lilies have been beaten down by the rain.
She lost her way and on top of that it began to rain.
She didn't let her children go out in the rain.
She refused to let her child go out in the rain.
She is often late for school on a rainy day.
She walked on and on in the rain.
The day she started for Paris was rainy.
To her great disappointment, it rained on the day of the picnic.

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