weedless


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Adj.1.Weedless - free from weedsweedless - free from weeds; "a weedless garden"
weedy - abounding with or resembling weeds; "a weedy path"; "weedy plants that take over a garden"
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My general impression of the world I saw over their heads was a tangled waste of beautiful bushes and flowers, a long neglected and yet weedless garden.
To the right and left, the famous weedless lawns studded with "specimen" trees
Like a lot of anglers, Walker relies on a weedless frog to work over this shallow vegetation.
Plastic worms about 6 to 8 inches in length, rigged Texas style, are relatively weedless and work well in ponds.
The weedless Pro configuration in Black Shiner color proved excellent for bass in pad country.
From the offices of power to the weapons of war, subjects are framed in a clean, precise lighting as finely contained and manicured as a weedless Stepford front lawn.
Initially, it had a 3-horsepower conventional outboard rigged with a weedless propeller guard.
weedless jigs (black/red) dressed with a red craw trailer.
For more about cover crops or timing of plantings by region, see my book, "Weedless Gardening'' (Workman Publishing, 2001).
He is the author of several books, including Grow Fruit Naturally and Weedless Gardening.
These were the Georgia Jumper, invented by Sinkey Boone of Darien, Ga.; the Morrison Soft TED, invented by Sonny Morrison of McClellanville, S.C.; and the Anthony Weedless TED, invented by Ernest Anthony of Lacombe, La.
"Green Hornet" represents the first stoned-superhero movie--indeed, much of Seth Rogen's dialogue is impenetrable to an audience that is weedless as well as heedless.