What is the
difference between Rain and Reign and Rein?
What is the difference between Rain and Reign and Rein? :
Rain : (noun)
( 1 ) Condensed moisture of the atmosphere falling as separate drops
Fall of these drops
Do not go out of the rain.
The crops need rain.
( 2 ) Great number of things falling like a rain
The police fired a rain of bullets into the crowd.
Rain : (verb)
( 1 ) Fall as rain
It rained hard all day.
( 2 ) Fall like rain on someone / something
People rained blows on the thief.
( 3 ) Flow or come down in large quantities
Tears rained down her rosy cheeks.
Reign : (noun)
( 1 ) Period of rule of a king or queen
People were very happy during the reign of Akbar The Great.
The revolution was followed by a reign of terror.
Reign : (verb)
( 1 ) Rule
Be king or queen or regent
The king reigned over the country for twenty years.
Silence reigned in her house.
Peace reigned in ancient house.
Chaos reigned supreme in your house.
Rein : (noun)
( 1 ) Long narrow strap fastened to do the bit of a bridle and used to guide and control a horse
He pulled at the reins.
( 2 ) Means of control
He assumed the reins of government last month.
(The plural form REINS can be used only in this sentence.)
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