- Plural form of weed.
- Third-person singular simple present indicative form of weed.
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let us hence - Let Us Hence ;till the day came in which she was allowed to return to her former serenity. - Till The Day Came In Which She Was Allowed To Return To Her Former Serenity. ;who - Who ;1600 — William Shakespeare - 1600 — William Shakespeare ;The History of Tom Jones - The History Of Tom Jones ;വിലാപവസ്ത്രം - Vilaapavasthram | Vilapavasthram ;
വിധവാവസ്ത്രം - Vidhavaavasthram | Vidhavavasthram ;and put on other weeds; - And Put On Other Weeds; ;weed എന്ന പദത്തിന്റെ ബഹുവചനം. - Weed Enna Padhaththinte Bahuvachanam. | Weed Enna Padhathinte Bahuvachanam. ;weed എന്ന പദത്തിന്റെ പ്രഥമപുരുഷ ഏകവചന സാമാന്യ വർത്തമാനകാലസൂചനാരൂപം - Weed Enna Padhaththinte Prathamapurusha Ekavachana Saamaanya Varththamaanakaalasoochanaaroopam | Weed Enna Padhathinte Prathamapurusha Ekavachana Samanya Varthamanakalasoochanaroopam ;and from sad to serious - And From Sad To Serious ;Much Ado About Nothing - Much Ado About Nothing ;so did her countenance change from dismal to sorrowful - So Did Her Countenance Change From Dismal To Sorrowful ;(obsolete) Clothes. 1600 — William Shakespeare - (obsolete) Clothes. 1600 — William Shakespeare ;with the strictest regard to all the rules of custom and decency - With The Strictest Regard To All The Rules Of Custom And Decency ;v 3 Come - V 3 Come ;1749 — Henry Fielding - 1749 — Henry Fielding ;from sorrowful to sad - From Sorrowful To Sad ;from grey to white - From Grey To White ; ;suiting the alterations of her countenance to the several alterations of her habit: for as this changed from weeds to black - Suiting The Alterations Of Her Countenance To The Several Alterations Of Her Habit: For As This Changed From Weeds To Black ;till the day came in which she was allowed to return to her former serenity. - Till The Day Came In Which She Was Allowed To Return To Her Former Serenity. ;Book III ch i Nor can the judicious reader be at a greater loss on account of Mrs Bridget Blifil - Book Iii Ch I Nor Can The Judicious Reader Be At A Greater Loss On Account Of Mrs Bridget Blifil ;conducted herself through the whole season in which grief is to make its appearance on the outside of the body - Conducted Herself Through The Whole Season In Which Grief Is To Make Its Appearance On The Outside Of The Body ;and put on other weeds; 1749 — Henry Fielding - And Put On Other Weeds; 1749 — Henry Fielding ;a Foundling - A Foundling ;he may be assured - He May Be Assured ;from black to grey - From Black To Grey ;