1 My health forbade me from venturing out unless the weather was exceptionally genial, and I had no friends who would call upon me and break the monotony of my daily existence.
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2 As for myself, I was silent, for the dull weather and the melancholy business upon which we were engaged, depressed my spirits.
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3 In January there came bitterly hard weather.
4 By this time the weather had broken and the spring ploughing had begun.
5 The stormy weather was followed by sleet and snow, and then by a hard frost which did not break till well into February.
6 Some progress was made in the dry frosty weather that followed, but it was cruel work, and the animals could not feel so hopeful about it as they had felt before.
7 In the evening he returned to the farmhouse himself, but, as it was warm weather, told the sheep to stay where they were.
8 The light but variable breeze, foretold by the weather expert, flapped the yellow curtain, tossing light, then shadow.
9 Every summer, for seven summers now, Isa had heard the same words; about the hammer and the nails; the pageant and the weather.
10 Certainly the weather was variable.
11 As for the weather, it was turning out, against all expectation, a very fine day.
12 The weather looked a little unsettled.
13 Their wearisome heads went up and down at the same rate, in hot weather and cold, wet weather and dry, fair weather and foul.
14 Office-hours were over: and at that period of the day, in warm weather, she usually embellished with her genteel presence, a managerial board-room over the public office.
15 Most of them were open, as they usually were in such warm weather, but there were no lights yet, and all was silent.