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In the early days, “if you worked at home and you were a slacker, perhaps you got weeded out faster,” she said.

But in the Democratic Party, people who take contentious positions are weeded out.

SPAM FILTERING: If having crucial messages pushed to the top is useful, so is having the worthless ones weeded out completely.

But the growing crops are too cleanly and carefully weeded and too uniformly good to protract the illusion.

Under the title of ‘Covent Garden Weeded,’ it exposes the riotous doings that prevailed in that joyous locality.

He weeded out all the thrills and in their places planted hedges of dusty, deadly dry statistics.

Non-aristocratic officers were to be weeded from the army; the power of the church over private life was to be extended.

Peter had already passed the educational test by which they weeded out the applicants to fill their vacancies.


On this page you'll find 47 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to weeded, such as: eclectic, exclusive, preferred, privileged, selected, and selective.

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