Definition of 'clime'
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Flights rose by one per cent as more planes took off for foreign climes. The Sun (2017)The horses are on their way to Kuwait where they will spend the winter months racing in warmer climes. The Sun (2016)The perils of filming in warmer climes! The Sun (2013)Some players from warmer climes struggle to cope with the weather. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Easily affordable islands can also be found in warmer climes. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Birds that should have flown off to warmer climes are staying put for now. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Did he escape to the northern climes with Gwyneth? THE WOLF AND THE DOVEWhat distant foreign climes will we have to scour for next year's prize? Times, Sunday Times (2007)Those on stag nights in warmer climes, for example. The Sun (2012)And for people retiring to warmer climes, health can be a big issue. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It was a mixed week for budget airlines, which might give nervous chief executives an excuse to escape to warmer climes. Times, Sunday Times (2010)NIGHT closes in much more quickly in Africa than we are used to in our northern climes. The Sun (2010)A further two million will flee to warmer climes - despite the weekend predicted to be mild and dry. The Sun (2008)It is a myth, he says, that olives can grow only in more exotic climes. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Indeed, they have many larger, more flamboyant cousins in warmer climes. Times, Sunday Times (2015)In two weeks: you could be doing much the same, but in warmer climes. Times, Sunday Times (2013)His determination to launch a career in senior management, though, would lead him to more exotic climes. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Many of those fleeing Britain for warmer climes are retirees keen to make the most of their new-found freedom. Times, Sunday Times (2008)With hope in their hearts, the two survivors head south, searching for warmer climes and some semblance of civilisation. The Sun (2010)One aspect of this is the British adoption of a pastime more popular in warmer climes: watching films in the garden. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Yes, it has reached that time of year when one tires of northern climes and wants to be that side of the Alps. Times, Sunday Times (2007)In practical terms, of course, what my life in foreign climes meant on a daily basis was usually not at all dramatic. TUNNEL VISIONS: Journeys of an Underground Philosopher (2001)The creators of Ice Age trade glaciers for altogether warmer climes in this exuberant animation about a bird who needs to learn to spread his wings. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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