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Daily Life - Nature

Explore English proverbs regarding nature, including "nature abhors a vacuum" and "April showers bring May flowers".

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nature abhors a vacuum
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used to suggest that empty or unoccupied spaces tend to be filled quickly by other things or forces
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a dry March, a wet April and a cool May fill barn and cellar and bring much hay
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used to suggest that a lack of rain in March, abundant rain in April, and cooler temperatures in May, are beneficial for agriculture, leading to a bountiful harvest
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not cast a clout until May be out
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used to warn against discarding warm or heavy clothing until the end of May, as the weather can still be unpredictable and cold during the early spring months
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If in February there be no rain, it is neither good for hey nor grain
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used to highlight the importance of weather conditions during the early part of the year for agricultural purposes
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as the day lengthens, so the cold strengthens
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used to suggest that as winter continues and the days become shorter, the weather becomes colder and more severe, and people should prepare accordingly
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April showers bring May flowers
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used to imply that that the rainy days of April contribute to the growth and blooming of flowers in May
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