EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WELD
The aim had been thus to weld into one the two branches of the House of Anjou.
I had the copy of this poem from Mr. Weld himself when he was ninety years of age.
"They will not dare—" began Mrs. Weld, with some excitement.
"Oh, dear Mrs. Weld, you do not seem at all like yourself," she gasped.
I had a big Scotchman in the factory who couldn't learn how to weld.
Prepare a dye bath with weld which has been previously chopped up and boiled.
But the best greens are undoubtedly got from weld and fustic.
It was first introduced into England by Bancroft in 1775 as a cheap substitute for weld.
Weld, Reseda luteola, is an annual plant growing in waste places.
Weld is of greater antiquity than most, if not all, other natural yellow dyes.