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Word Matrix: Rain

Word Matrix: Rain

<rain>
“water from clouds” from Old English regn “rain”

Word Sums

Rain
Rain + s -> rains
Rain + ed -> rained
Rain + ing -> raining
Rain + y -> rainy
Rain + y + er -> rainier
Rain + y + est -> rainiest
Rain + y + ly -> rainily
Rain + y + ness -> raininess
Rain + y + ness + es -> raininesses
Rain + less -> rainless
Rain + less + ly -> rainlessly
Rain + Like -> rainlike
Rain + ish -> rainish

Rain + Make + er -> rainmaker
Rain + Make + er + s -> rainmakers
Rain + Make + ing -> rainmaking
Rain + Make + ing + s -> rainmakings

Rain + Proof -> rainproof
Rain + Proof + s -> rainproofs
Rain + Proof + ed -> rainproofed
Rain + Proof + ing -> rainproofing
Rain + Proof + er -> rainproofer
Rain + Proof + er + s -> rainproofers

Rain + Band -> rainband
Rain + Band + s -> rainbands
Rain + Bird -> rainbird
Rain + Bird + s -> rainbirds
Rain + Boot -> rainboot
Rain + Boot + s -> rainboots
Rain + Bow -> rainbow
Rain + Bow + s -> rainbows
Rain + Check -> raincheck
Rain + Check + s -> rainchecks
Rain + Coat -> raincoat
Rain + Coat + s -> raincoats
Rain + Drop -> raindrop
Rain + Drop + s -> raindrops
Rain + Fall -> rainfall
Rain + Fall + s -> rainfalls
Rain + Forest -> rainforest
Rain + Forest + s -> rainforests
Rain + Gear -> raingear
Rain + Jack + et -> rainjacket
Rain + Jack + et + s -> rainjackets
Rain + Out -> rainout
Rain + Out + s -> rainouts
Rain + Shower -> rainshower
Rain + Shower + s -> rainshowers
Rain + Soak + ed-> rainsoaked
Rain + Spout -> rainspout
Rain + Spout + s -> rainspouts
Rain + Squall -> rainsquall
Rain + Squall + s -> rainsqualls
Rain + Storm -> rainstorm
Rain + Storm + s -> rainstorms
Rain + Storm + y -> rainstormy
Rain + Wash -> rainwash
Rain + Wash + es -> rainwashes
Rain + Wash + ed -> rainwashed
Rain + Water -> rainwater
Rain + Water + s -> rainwaters
Rain + Wear -> rainwear

be + Rain -> berain
be + Rain + s -> berains
be + Rain + ed -> berained
be + Rain + ing -> beraining

Definitions

rain: water from clouds
-s/-es: forming plural of noun
-s: forming third person singular of verbs
-ed: forming simple past and past participle of weak verb
-ing: forming present participle of verb
-er: forming comparative of adjective
-est: forming superlative of adjective

band: narrow strip
be-: to make like
bird: animal characterized by being warm-blooded, having feathers and wings usually capable of flight, and laying eggs
boot: heavy shoe that covers part of the leg
bow: curved bend
check: voucher
coat: outer garment covering the upper torso and arms
drop: small mass of liquid just large enough to hold its own weight via surface tension
-er: denoting a person or thing that performs a specified action or activity
-et: forming a diminutive noun
fall: act of moving to a lower position
forest: extensive tree-covered district
gear: equipment, clothing
-ish: having the qualities or characteristics of, somewhat
jack: mechanical device
-less: not having, free from
like: similar to, characteristic of
-ly: denoting manner or degree
make: give being to, produce, construct, do
-ness: denoting a state or condition
out: not in, means of escape
proof: tested power
shower: short fall of rain
soak: saturate with liquid
spout: tube or lip on a container through which liquid can be poured, stream of liquid issuing from somewhere with great force
squall: sudden violent gust of wind or localized storm
storm: violent disturbance of the atmosphere, tempest; onrush, attack, tumult; disturbance
wash: clean, be carried by running water
water: liquid compound of oxygen and hydrogen (chemical formula: H₂O)
wear: clothing suitable for a particular purpose or of a particular type
-y: full of, having the quality of

rain: (noun) water from clouds, (verb) to have water fall from the sky, to fall like water from clouds
rains: plural of rain, third person singular of rain
rained: simple past and past participle of rain
raining: present participle of rain
rainy: (adjective) having a great deal of rainfall
rainier: comparative form of rainy
rainiest: superlative form of rainy
rainily: (adverb) in a rainy way or manner
raininess: (noun) state or condition of being rainy
raininesses: plural of raininess
rainless: (adjective) without rain
rainlessly: (adverb) in a rainless way or manner
rainlike: (adjective) resembling rain
rainish: (adjective) rainy, bringing or affected by rain, somewhat rainy

rainmaker: (noun) that which causes or attempts to cause rain to fall
rainmakers: plural of rainmaker
rainmaking: (noun) any process of increasing the amount of precipitation discharged from a cloud
rainmakings: plural of rainmaking

rainproof: (adjective) unaffected by precipitation, (verb) to make unaffected by precipitation
rainproofs: third person singular of rainproof
rainproofed: simple past and past participle of rainproof
rainproofing: present participle of rainproof, (noun) something unaffected by precipitation
rainproofer: (noun) one that makes something unaffected by precipitation
rainproofers: plural of rainproofer

rainband: (noun) cloud and precipitation structure associated with an area of rainfall which is significantly elongated
rainbands: plural of rainband
rainbird: (noun) any of various African birds whose cries, which sound like a beautiful liquid gurgle rising and falling like water pouring from a bottle, are popularly believed to forecast rain
rainbirds: plural of rainbird
rainboot: (noun) waterproof footwear to protect the wearer from rain
rainboots: plural of rainboot
rainbow: (noun) multicolored arch in the sky produced by prismatic refraction of light within droplets of rain in the air, anything multicolored
rainbows: plural of rainbow
raincheck: (noun) ticket given for later use when rain interrupts a sporting event or other outdoor event, coupon issued to a customer by a store, guaranteeing that a sale item that is out of stock may be purchased by that customer at a later date at the same reduced price
rainchecks: plural of raincheck
raincoat: (noun) waterproof outer garment
raincoats: plural of raincoat
raindrop: (noun) single mass of water from a cloud
raindrops: plural of raindrop
rainfall: (noun) amount of rain that occurs on a single occasion, occurrence of liquid precipitation
rainfalls: plural of rainfall
rainforest: (noun) dense forest rich in biodiversity typically found in tropical areas with consistently heavy rainfall
rainforests: plural of rainforest
raingear: (noun) clothing worn or equipment used as protection from liquid precipitation
rainjacket: (noun) waterproof outer garment
rainjackets: plural of rainjacket
rainout: (noun) that which has been cancelled due to interfering rain
rainouts: plural of rainout
rainshower: (noun) light rainfall
rainshowers: plural of rainshower
rainsoaked: (adjective) saturated with rain water
rainspout: (noun) spout through which rainwater can drain from the roof of a building
rainspouts: plural of rainspout
rainsquall: (noun) storm characterized by substantial, heavy rainfall
rainsqualls: plural of rainsquall
rainstorm: (noun) storm characterized by substantial, heavy rainfall
rainstorms: plural of rainstorm
rainstormy: (adjective) undergoing a rainstorm
rainwash: (noun) washing action of rain capable of erosion and transporting soil, deposit formed by rain
rainwashes: plural of rainwash
rainwashed: (adjective)
rainwater: (noun) liquid sourced from rain
rainwaters: plural of rainwater
rainwear: (noun) clothing worn as protection from liquid precipitation

berain: (verb) to rain upon, wet with rain, moisten
berains: third person singular of berain
berained: simple past and past participle of berain
beraining: present participle of berain

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