Remove unwanted plants from (an area of ground or the plants cultivated in it)
I was weeding a flower bed
Remove an inferior or unwanted component of a group or collection
we must raise the level of research and weed out the poorest work
A wild plant growing where it is not wanted and in competition with cultivated plants
Any wild plant growing in salt or fresh water
A leggy, loosely built horse
any plant that crowds out cultivated plants
clear of weeds; "weed the garden"
a black band worn by a man (on the arm or hat) as a sign of mourning
pot: street names for marijuana
A weed in a general sense is a plant that is considered by the user of the term to be a nuisance, and normally applied to unwanted plants in human-made settings such as gardens, lawns or agricultural areas, but also in parks, woods and other natural areas. ...
WEED (1390 AM) is a radio station broadcasting an Urban Adult Contemporary format. Licensed to Rocky Mount, North Carolina, USA, it serves the area. The station is currently owned by Northstar Broadcasting Corporation.
Weed is the tenth album by singer-songwriter and guitarist Chris Whitley. It is his eighth studio album.
(Weeding) Weed control is the botanical component of pest control, using physical and chemical methods to stop weeds from reaching a mature stage of growth when they could be harmful to domesticated plants and livestock. ...
(Weeds (Brewer & Shipley)) Weeds was the second album by Brewer & Shipley and was released in 1969. The album was recorded at Golden State Recorders in San Francisco and produced by Nick Gravenites using the pseudonym "Nicky Gravy". ...
(Weeds (film)) Weeds is a 1987 American drama film about a San Quentin inmate who writes a play which catches the attention of a visiting reporter. The film was directed by John D. Hancock, and stars Nick Nolte, Ernie Hudson, and Rita Taggart.
Any plant growing in cultivated ground to the injury of the crop or desired vegetation, or to the disfigurement of the place; an unsightly, useless, or injurious plant; A species of plant considered harmful to the environment or regarded as a nuisance; Short for duckweed; Marijuana; Tobacco; ...
(Weeding) a release treatment in stands during the seedling stage that eliminates of suppresses undesirable vegetation regardless of crown position.
(Weeding) is also used metaphorically for removing unwanted items.
(Weeding) The process for removing from library collections materials that are misleading, ugly, out-of-date, trivial, irrelevant, and sources easily obtained elsewhere through interlibrary loan.
(Weeding) The removal of unwanted vinyl from a graphic usually with a sharp knife.
(Weeding) The selection and removal of individual documents, records, or files from a record series due to their failure to possess continuing primary or secondary value. Weeding is also known as purging.
(Weeding) This is one of the ways by which an archival collection may be organised. Often an archivist may decide to remove duplicate or damaged documents from a collection, and they would usually include details of this process in their archival description.
(Weeding) To dream that you are weeding, foretells that you will have difficulty in proceeding with some work which will bring you distinction. To see others weeding, you will be fearful that enemies will upset your plans.
(weeding) (as a library term) – the removal of unwanted items based on content, patron need use, age or condition. See discard.
(weeds) Plants out of place; undesirable or unwanted plants.
(WEEDS) Misplaced energy; attitudes, emotions or behaviors you have developed in life that are not contributing to your health or well-being; something that has cropped up in your life, which is draining energy or stifling positive growth / Concerns involving marijuana
(Weeds) (plants that you don't want in your garden)
(Weeds) Cleaning out your flower beds is not a part of the mowing service. We offer a separate Bush & Bed service.
(Weeds) Hobo jungle. (Most hobo jungles had many weeds). See Hobo Jungle.