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weather-wise

[weth -er-wahyz] /ˈwɛð ərˌwaɪz/
adjective
1.
skillful in predicting weather.
2.
skillful in predicting reactions, opinions, etc.:
weather-wise political experts.
Origin of weather-wise
late Middle English
1350-1400
1350-1400; late Middle English wederwise. See weather, wise1
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  • Kolgrim, who was weather wise, said that a shift of wind to the southward was coming presently.

    King Alfred's Viking Charles W. Whistler
  • Almost all field-workers are "weather wise," and their conversation on this head has no town conventionalism about it.

    Poachers and Poaching John Watson
British Dictionary definitions for weather wise

weather-wise

adjective
1.
skilful or experienced in predicting weather conditions
2.
skilful or experienced in predicting trends in public opinion, reactions, etc
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