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Definition of "weems" []

  • An early underground home (noun)

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Use "weems" in a sentence
  • "It is only by due excavations that we can hope to acquire a proper analytical knowledge of the primæval abodes of our ancestors, -- whether these abodes were in underground "weems," or in those hitherto neglected and yet most interesting objects of Scottish"
  • "Were our numerous "weems," or underground houses, really used as human abodes, and were they actually so very dark, that when one of the inmates ventured on a joke, he was obliged -- as suggested by "Elia" -- to handle his neighbour's cheek to feel if there was any resulting smile playing upon it?"
  • "It weems we have not heard from you in quite some time."
  • "It is only by due excavations that we can hope to acquire a proper analytical knowledge of the primæval abodes of our ancestors, -- whether these abodes were in underground "weems," or in those hitherto neglected and yet most interesting objects of Scottish"
  • "I hope that this car could fly in the rush hour! jerry weems Says:"