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weather-wise

[ weth-er-wahyz ]
/ ˈwɛð ərˌwaɪz /
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adjective

skillful in predicting weather.
skillful in predicting reactions, opinions, etc.: weather-wise political experts.

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Origin of weather-wise

First recorded in 1350–1400, weather-wise is from the late Middle English word wederwise.See weather, wise1
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weather-wise

adjective

skilful or experienced in predicting weather conditions
skilful or experienced in predicting trends in public opinion, reactions, etc
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