weed: "A herbaceous plant not valued for use or beauty, growing wild and rank, and regarded as cumbering the ground or hindering the growth of superior vegetation... Applied to a shrub or tree, especially to a large tree, on account of its abundance in a district... An unprofitable, troublesome, or noxious growth."
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... Charles Leander Weed was an American photographer, who was born in New York state in 1824, and died in 1903 ... In 1854, during the California Gold Rush, Weed moved to Sacramento, California, and was a camera operator in the daguerreotype portrait studio of George J ... In 1855, Weed adopted the wet collodion technique, and his photographs of Gold Rush miners and settlement were much admired ...
... Weed is an unincorporated community in Adair County, Kentucky, United States ... Its elevation is 1043 feet (318 m) ...
... the rest of the Americas as well as Australia as an introduced species and often a noxious weed ... This is sometimes an agricultural weed, especially of soybeans ... It is tolerated as a weed of crop fields in parts of Mexico, and even fostered, because it is eaten and used as a source of medicinal remedies ...
... This Weed was the one responsible for bringing General Durahan back to life by using cybernetic technology and was the most loyal to him ... of resurrecting Durahan had somehow caused Weed to become a Cyborg ...
... Americans) had confused cannabis with Jimson weed (Datura stramonium) ... Jimson weed, which grows wild in the United States and several other countries, is a potent deliriant which can cause true hallucinations and delusions that ... the fact that datura's common name contains the word "weed," which is also a slang term for cannabis, and the fact that both plants (as well as others) have been ...
More definitions of "weed":
- (noun): Any plant that crowds out cultivated plants.
Famous quotes containing the word weed:
“There are some faults so nearly allied to excellence that we can scarce weed out the vice without eradicating the virtue.”
—Oliver Goldsmith (17281774)
“In the very midst of the crowd about this wreck, there were men with carts busily collecting the seaweed which the storm had cast up, and conveying it beyond the reach of the tide, though they were often obliged to separate fragments of clothing from it, and they might at any moment have found a human body under it. Drown who might, they did not forget that this weed was a valuable manure. This shipwreck had not produced a visible vibration in the fabric of society.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“And they be these: the wood, the weed, the wag.
The wood is that which makes the gallow tree;
The weed is that which strings the hangmans bag;”
—Sir Walter Raleigh (1552?1618)