Definition of come rain or shine in English:

(come) rain or shine

Whether it rains or not: he runs six miles every morning, rain or shine
More example sentences
  • There are any number of good medicine walks right at the front door, flat, easy going and devastatingly beautiful in any weather, rain or shine.
  • He found it amusing to see people rush throughout their daily lives and hardly stop to appreciate the day, weather rain or shine.
  • They play every Sunday morning, rain or shine, often getting more people out playing when the weather's bad than good.
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Pronunciation: əˈnastrəfi
noun
the inversion of the usual order of words...