Idiom: Come rain or shine
Meaning: If I say I'll be at a place come rain or shine, I mean that I can be relied on to turn up; nothing, not even the vagaries of British weather, will deter me or stop me from being there.Country: International English | Subject Area: Weather | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used
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- Rise and shine
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- Take a shine to
- Into each life some rain must fall
- Rain on your parade
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