weeder

[ UK /wˈiːdɐ/ ]
NOUN
  1. a farmhand hired to remove weeds
  2. a hand tool for removing weeds
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How To Use weeder In A Sentence

  • A liberal spraying of spot lawn weeder and all was tickety-boo.
  • In soft, loose, uncompacted soil, it is possible to operate a weeder at a much higher ground speed than when the soil is hard.
  • Most flame weeders on the market are the same ones used by fire fighters to set backfires.
  • Though the title is a How To, there is really nothing to teach about it, just use a tool of some kind, spade, weeder, screwdriver, stick, finger or a dibber like I am using. How To-Lily Bulblets « Fairegarden
  • The jargon partook of every accent and intonation the empire boasts of; and from the sharp precision of the North Tweeder to the broad doric of Kerry, every portion, almost every county, of Great Britain had its representative. Charles O'Malley — Volume 1
  • Weeders allow delaying the first cultivation until the crop is large enough to cultivate deeply and rapidly.
  • Until a seed imbibes water and begins to grow, weeders and cultivators have little effect.
  • Until a seed imbibes water and begins to grow, weeders and cultivators have little effect.
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