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come in out of the rain

1. Literally, to enter a place in order to avoid rain. Kids, come in out of the rain before you're all soaking wet!
2. To remember or consider reality while fantasizing or being overly optimistic. I was excited to book a vacation until my nearly-depleted bank account forced me to come in out of the rain.
See also: come, of, out, rain
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come in out of the rain

 
1. Lit. to seek shelter from the rain. Come in out of the rain! You'll get wet.
2. Fig. to wake up to reality; to come down to earth. (See also doesn't have enough sense to come in out of the rain) Hey, man! Come in out of the rain! Don't you see that your boss is taking advantage of you!
See also: come, of, out, rain
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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