1 The rain falls very heavy, and the wind has risen.
2 It was only rain, beginning to fall fast, in heavy drops.
3 The tremendous rain occasioned infinite confusion, when the train stopped at its destination.
4 She had nothing to do, then, but to cover herself with her shawl before going out into the wind and rain.
5 It had cleared the sky before it, and the rain had spent itself or travelled elsewhere, and the stars were bright.
6 The rain fell, and the Smoke-serpents, submissive to the curse of all that tribe, trailed themselves upon the earth.
7 Indifferent to the rain, and moving with a quick determined step, she struck into a side-path parallel with the ride.
8 The thunder was rolling into distance, and the rain was pouring down like a deluge, when the door of his room opened.
9 It had been lying there some days, for rain and dew had stained it, and the mark of its shape was on the grass where it had fallen.
10 Both listened to the thunder, which was loud, and to the rain, as it washed off the roof, and pattered on the parapets of the arches.
11 Two or three lamps were rained out and blown out; so, both saw the lightning to advantage as it quivered and zigzagged on the iron tracks.
12 The wind was blowing again, the rain was beating on the house-tops, and the larger spaces through which he had strayed contracted to the four walls of his room.
13 It was a wet night, and many groups of young women passed him, with their shawls drawn over their bare heads and held close under their chins to keep the rain out.
14 The noise of the rain did not disturb him much; but it attracted his attention sufficiently to make him raise his head sometimes, as if he were rather remonstrating with the elements.
15 In the waste-yard outside, the steam from the escape pipe, the litter of barrels and old iron, the shining heaps of coals, the ashes everywhere, were shrouded in a veil of mist and rain.