from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Full of or consisting of weeds: a weedy lawn.
- adj. Resembling or characteristic of a weed: a weedy plant.
- adj. Of a scrawny build; spindly or gawky.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Small and weak
- adj. Characteristic of a plant that grows rapidly and spreads invasively, and which grows opportunistically in cracks of sidewalks and disturbed areas.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or pertaining to weeds; consisting of weeds.
- adj. Abounding with weeds
- adj. Scraggy; ill-shaped; ungainly; -- said of colts or horses, and also of persons.
- adj. Dressed in weeds, or mourning garments.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having the character of a weed; weed-like.
- Consisting of weeds.
- Abounding with weeds.
- Not of good blood; not of good strength or mettle; scraggy; hence, worthless, as for breeding or racing purposes: as, a weedy horse.
- Clad in weeds, or widows' mourning.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. abounding with or resembling weeds
- adj. being very thin
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Along these underwater highways, they make rest stops at intersections and sharp bends, on scattered wood, or in weedy cover along the way.
Stocked fry are raised in weedy beds, and that's the first place they go.
AVOID parking in weedy areas at hunting and fishing access sites or swerving off dirt roads through weedy borders.
On small to midsize waters, look for trout in weedy channels, particularly those with open patches of bottom.
But you can fish it on the swing during a caddis hatch and even use it as a scud imitation in weedy spring creeks.
The other kind of stinker, often called weedy or 'blackberry' cod, has a very strong seaweedy or petrol-like odour which is produced when cod feed on a s
The other kind of stinker, often called weedy or 'blackberry' cod, has a very strong seaweedy or petrol-like odour which is produced when cod feed on a snail-like mollusc that occurs in some Arctic waters; the weedy odour usually disappears when the cod is cooked.
It has to be just "weedy" enough to indicate that he knows what he's talking about and I think Obama's walking a good line here.
Now he is being too "weedy" by hitting back on the substance and the fuller context of why McBush is deadly wrong on his entire world-view and approach to not just policy, but in BS and misleading the public with fraudulent frames and terms of debate?
What kind of weedy, flannel-like response is that?