Come rain or shine

Idiom

Come rain or shine

Definition

This idiom is used to express that something will happen no matter what the circumstances are.

Examples

I’m running a marathon tomorrow, come rain or shine.

We have a meeting scheduled for tomorrow, come rain or shine.

Origin

This idiom is believed to have originated in the 1600s in England and is derived from the phrase ‘come wind, come weather’.

FAQs

Q: What does ‘come rain or shine’ mean? A: It means that something will happen no matter what the circumstances are.

Q: Where did this idiom originate from? A: This idiom is believed to have originated in the 1600s in England and is derived from the phrase ‘come wind, come weather’.