- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of wean.
“weans'; and the three sisters loaded her with gifts, letters, and messages for all.”
“Better no tell the weans, pal, eh?" suggested one, John Campbell from Glasgow, on the other side of Scotland.”
“Now when #3 weans (I do not know when that will be … she is almost one year old and shows no signs of wanting to wean.)”
“That fact will not change unless or until the State of Israel weans itself off the US teat.”
“I've heard it a. It wisnae they bliddy capitalists gie'd you a the weans, wis it?”
“Taxpayers will save money as the military weans itself from oil, including fuel that costs as much as $400 a gallon by the time it reaches troops on the battlefield.”
“I suspect that these labour half-wits want words like 'separatists' and pictures of weeping grannies and weans over coffins marked UK.”
“Obama's grand vision for the battery -- specifically, the advanced batteries that power plug-in hybrid and electric cars and trucks -- is that it can become a new industry that both weans the United States off oil and provides a new manufacturing backbone.”
“This sector is set to grow exponentially over the next 50 years as the world weans itself off of oil.”
“Then they should work with the Democrats on a comprehensive, forward-looking plan that embraces multiple energy sources and weans us off oil.”
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