Rain Idioms!!! Learn how and when to use the most common Rain idioms in English with common rain idioms examples.
Rain Idioms in English
Here are some useful idiomatic expressions with rain in English
- It’s raining cats and dogs
It is raining heavily
- (Come) Rain or shine
Whatever the weather is like
- As right as rain
Perfectly well, completely all right
- Keep/ save (something) for a rainy day
To keep/ save something for when it may be needed in the future
- Rain on (somebody’s) parade
To prevent someone from enjoying an event; spoil someone’s plans
- Take a rain check
If you take a rain check on something you postpone it until another time
- It never rains but it pours
To comment on a situation that when something bad happens usually other bad things happen as well
Learn more about Rainy Weather Vocabulary.
Rain Idioms Examples
- We’ll have to cancel the cricket match, it’s raining cats and dogs.
- Come rain or shine, I’ll see you on Thursday.
- He then closed it and felt as right as rain.
- Luckily she had saved some money for a rainy day.
- I guess I’ll have to take a rain check on that.
- First, my car broke down, and then I lost my key. It never rains but it pours.
English Idioms with Rain | Infographic
Last Updated on July 30, 2020