Definitions for Weed

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IPA: /wid/

Weed is a 4 letter English word. It's valid Scrabble word worth 8 points. It's valid Words with friends word worth 8 points.

You can make 20 anagrams from letters in Weed (deew).

Definitions for Weed


  1. a valueless plant growing wild, especially one that grows on cultivated ground to the exclusion or injury of the desired crop.
  2. any undesirable or troublesome plant, especially one that grows profusely where it is not wanted:
  3. Informal. a cigarette or cigar.
  4. Slang. a marijuana cigarette.
  5. a thin, ungainly person or animal.
  6. a wretched or useless animal, especially a horse unfit for racing or breeding purposes.
  7. the weed. Informal. tobacco. Slang. marijuana.
  8. weeds, mourning garments:
  9. a mourning band of black crepe or cloth, as worn on a man's hat or coat sleeve.
  10. Often, weeds. Archaic. a garment: clothing.
  11. Thurlow [thur-loh] /ˈθɜr loʊ/ (Show IPA), 1797–1882, U.S. journalist and politician.


  1. (deep) in / into the weeds, Slang. (of a restaurant worker) overwhelmed and falling behind in serving customers: in trouble; overwhelmed by problems: involved in the details: Also, in deep weeds.

verb (used with object)

  1. to free from weeds or troublesome plants; root out weeds from:
  2. to root out or remove (a weed or weeds), as from a garden (often followed by out):
  3. to remove as being undesirable, inefficient, or superfluous (often followed by out):
  4. to rid (something) of undesirable or superfluous elements.

verb (used without object)

  1. to remove weeds or the like.

Origin of Weed

before 900; Middle English wede, Old English wēod; cognate with Old Saxon wiod weed, Middle Dutch wiet fern

Examples for Weed

Antoine himself had recently been arrested on a six-year-old warrant for a dime bag of weed.

Like all thistles this will become a weed if not kept down with a firm hand.

He also smokes copious amounts of weed mooched off his friends and makes miracles by turning water into cognac.

I thought you'd get wool-gathering over some weed or another, and maybe I'd overtake you.

It's noways likely that I'd take the trouble to make up a lie about that weed.

Gigantically, Atlas-like, that sheet upholds Seward and weed.

After all, weed is practically legal in the five boroughs these days.

There was a lot of weed, he snorted a ton of coke, was guzzling Bloody Marys.

Allowing residents to grow, smoke, and gift weed, it legalizes participating in the weed community, but not profiting from it.

That weed was sure a corker for smell as well as smoke, Uncle Jim!

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