Danielle Pletka, head of foreign policy at the American Enterprise Institute, has called Romney a “weather vane.”
Arne knew the pin; for it was the same that had fastened the weather vane.
You can hardly name them unless you look at the weather vane.
Beyond them, the white spire of the church with its weather vane atop.
Then I remembered that I had tied my horse to the weather vane.
The figure turns in the wind, and is the weather vane of the city.
Educated Chinamen inform me that it is over 3,000 years old and had a weather vane.
The weather vane on Squire Bean's barn dazzles so the rooster seems to be shooting gold arrows into the river.
If you pass a weather vane on your way home, see if you can read the letters on it and find out what they mean.
Well, do you suppose I'm going to be found stuck up here like a confounded rooster on a weather vane?