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Definition of "weeks" []

  • A period of seven consecutive days, esp one beginning with Sunday (noun)
  • A period of seven consecutive days beginning from or including a specified day (noun)
  • The period of time within a week devoted to work (noun)
  • A week devoted to the celebration of a cause (noun)
  • Seven days before or after a specified day (adverb)
  • Plural form of week. (noun)

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Use "weeks" in a sentence
  • "I CAN wait a few more weeks, I CAN wait a few more weeks… or maybe not."
  • "Dear Hobbs! the weeks this summer -- think! the _weeks_"
  • "Others either count by Lunar years, or by weeks not _Judaic_: and, which is worst, they ground their interpretations on erroneous Chronology, excepting the opinion of _Funccius_ about the _seventy weeks_, which is the same with ours."