It never rains but it pours




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It never rains but it pours : Phrases



Meaning:

When troubles come they come together.



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Origin:

A proverbial phrase. The origin is unknown but the phrase itself was known by the early 18th century. For example, this item from a work by John Arbuthnot, 1726: "It cannot rain but it pours; or London strow'd with rarities."








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