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Use rain-check in a sentence

Definition of rain check:

  • (noun) a promise that an unaccepted offer will be renewed in the future

Sentence Examples:

Maybe you'll give me a rain check.

Come out and give up your rain check.

I'll take a rain check on it, Jaime.

Perhaps the rain checked the fire in time.

Rain checks may be had at the door.

Let me take a rain check on answering that.

"Maybe I can at least get a rain check."

You could have bought me for a yesterday's rain check.

I felt like a rain check after the sun comes out.

"I'll take a rain check on that invite," Dave said with a chuckle.

I appreciate your generosity in extending the invitation as a rain check to me.

"Would you mind if we took a rain check on our trip to Boston today?"

You see we had to give rain checks to-day because the game was not finished.

The only business I have done in three months was to lend one of our customers a nickel, taking a subway ticket and a baseball rain check as collateral security.

After we had ridden for several hours in the forest, the rain checked our further progress, and we turned, to retrace our way back.