Others are essentially pocketing the cash, stowing it in rainy-day funds or using it to cope with higher spending requirements.
"This is a reward to rainy-day callers," answered Marion, smiling.
His name had been among the "Authors" of our rainy-day game on the farm.
And this rainy-day chain will last as many months as the real chain would hours.
Immediately after her luncheon, Jane went to her room and got together her rainy-day things.
"The rainy-day Railroad," as it was nicknamed immediately, excited considerable hilarity at the state-house and in the newspapers.
Another objection to the central school is the rainy-day half-session.
The big low attic was splendid for rainy-day play; but the very, very nicest of all the nice things at the farm was Mary White.
She must have sold a bond left to her by a friend some years ago, which she called her rainy-day legacy.
Sometimes on the morrow of a rainy-day, a silk dress, mudded and wet, would be seen hanging out to dry upon this beam.