- n mechanical device attached to an elevated structure; rotates freely to show the direction of the wind
- This report by the Cooperative Analysis of Broadcasting, radio's weathervane, was, hands-down, the euphemism-of-the-week.
- Sensitive as a weathervane to the intellectual current of the day, but dizzied beyond his normal bewilderment by conflicting winds of doctrine, he has been doing his unlevel .
- As a cultural weathervane, Carson straddled two eras: the 50s and 60s, when all arbiters of popular taste, from a magazine editor to a comedian-host, were expected to pretend some .
- Daniel Cohn-Bendit in EurActiv
French Green MEP Daniel Cohn-Bendit called Sarkozy a "weathervane that faces the right way one moment and a false direction the next."
- Lincoln Chafee in Providence Journal
But Chafee called Laffey's comments "another instance, similar to immigration, where Mayor Laffey spins like a weathervane, 180 degrees on this one, criticizing me for not supporting the president over and over again . . . and now when the...
- Jean Charest in Canada.com
Charest said that the Quebec flag flies from the National Assembly tower, "not a weathervane," a swipe at opposition leader Mario Dumont.