dance in the rain

Idiom

Dance in the rain

Definition

The phrase ‘dance in the rain’ is an idiom that means to find joy in life, even in difficult or challenging times.

Examples

I’m trying to make the best of this situation and just dance in the rain.

No matter how bad things seem, you just have to remember to dance in the rain.

The best way to live life is to dance in the rain no matter what.

She was determined to keep smiling and dancing in the rain.

Life is too short not to dance in the rain.

Origin

The phrase ‘dance in the rain’ is thought to have originated in the 1950s and is believed to have been first used by American author, Thomas Tryon in his book, The Other (1971).

FAQs

Q: What does ‘dance in the rain’ mean? A: It means to find joy in life, even in difficult or challenging times.