weedy

[wee-dee]
adjective, weedier, weediest.
1.
full of or abounding in weeds.
2.
consisting of or pertaining to weeds.
3.
(of a plant, flower, etc.) growing poorly or in a straggling manner.
4.
(of a person or animal) scrawny or ungainly.

Origin:
1375–1425; late Middle English; see weed1, -y1

weedily, adverb
weediness, noun
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weedy (ˈwiːdɪ)
 
adj , weedier, weediest
1.  full of or containing weeds: weedy land
2.  (of a plant) resembling a weed in rapid or straggling growth
3.  informal thin or weakly in appearance
 
'weedily
 
adv
 
'weediness
 
n

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Example sentences
My grandfather's grave turned into the light, and the dew on his weedy little
  mortality patch was glorious.
He is played by a different actor each time-the first rotund and bumbling, the
  latest weedy and quiet.
Above the shoulder of a weedy bank the sea glittered.
Meanwhile the economic and political one is weedy and neglected.
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