Standing there, he succeeded in straightening the rod that held the weather-vane.
Every year a man climbs to the top to grease the weather-vane.
Kitty pointed to several pencil scratches beside the tea leaf, intended to signify a brook and a weather-vane on a steeple.
Ross also looked at the weather-vane, and then at the advancing cloud.
Two upright poles about twenty feet long were set five feet apart, with a weather-vane on top of each pole.
There is not a single child who does not know Monsieur Bonnard's weather-vane.
There were well-known rules, too, governing the type of weather-vane.
Pretty soon he saw the weather-vane on a roof to the left of the road.
The etiquette of the weather-vane was simple enough to observe.
Those who went to the church of the weather-vane were the most soberly attired.