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What is origin of expression SAVE FOR THE RAINY DAY?

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Asked by Avtar Khalsa, 15 Jun '10 07:37 am
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I think it must be the natural way of expression from time immemorial.

That is to save grains and money for rainy days.

Save it for a rainy day
No one seems to be quite sure where the expression came. ... Save it for a rainy
day The Boston Globe; 9/20/1999; Charles A. Jaffe, Globe Staff; 1097 words; ... - Cached

Brewer, E. Cobham. Dictionary of Phrase & Fable. Rainy Day (A). ...more
Answered by anantharaman, 15 Jun '10 08:08 am

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