n. The vegetative parts of the cotton-plant as opposed to the flowers and fruit.n. The mad-dog skull-cap or madweed, Scutellaria lateriflora.n. Any one of those herbaceous plants which are useless and without special beauty, or especially which are positively troublesome.n. A sorry, worthless animal unfit for the breeding of stock; especially, a leggy, loose-bodied horse; a race-horse having the appearance but wanting the other qualities of a thorough bred.n. A cigar; with the definite article, tobacco.To free from weeds or noxious plants.To take away, as noxious plants; remove what is injurious, offensive, or unseemly; extirpate.To free from anything hurtful or offensive.To root up and remove weeds, or anything resembling weeds.A reduced form of weeded, past participle of weed.n. A garment of any sort, especially an outer garment; hence, garments in general, especially the whole costume worn at any one time: now commonly in the plural, and chiefly in the phrase widows' weeds. See widow.n. A general name for any sudden illness from cold or relapse, usually accompanied by febrile symptoms, taken by women after confinement or during nursing, especially milk-fever or inflammation of the breast.n. Lymphangitis in the horse, characterized by fever and temporary swelling of the limbs. It appears usually after a period of inactivity.n. A heavy weight.