- n. a hand tool for removing weeds
“Despite a goat getting loose one night, Ms. Holst, who has watched her husband "slip-and-slide down the hillside" with a weed-whacker and herbicide, declares the animals "well worth the expense.”
“Soon, the people will be out, buzzing their grasses in unison, getting any strays or hard to reach clumps with the weed-whacker.”
“Neighbourhood feud ends in bloody weed-whacker attack - The Local: A 20-year feud between two neighbours in the German state of Hesse revved up this week, ending in bloodshed when one of the elderly men attacked the other with a weed whacker, police reported on Thursday.”
“If I hate my mower, I reserve special hatred for the weed-whacker, the strimmer, with its little nylon line that snaps every two minutes, requiring disassembly and reassembly of the device.”
“Somebody has arrived to mow the grass with a weed-whacker, and the din is now unendurable.”
“I always wear hearing protection on the gun range and wear muffs while mowing the lawn or using other noisy motorized lawn equipment (chainsaw, weed-whacker, etc.)”
“The first thing I thought of when I saw this, er...wreck, was the gypsy moths that cover branches of trees in spider webby material, which resembles the croquembouche with the palm fronds that seem to have had an unfortunate run-in with a weed-whacker.”
“The script by Miller is pathetic, chopping and pasting opposing scenes together in such haphazard fashion that a weed-whacker would have a better shot at assembling it properly.”
“August 16, 2009 at 8:41 am mebbe shud be trimmin wif teh weed-whacker befor teh date, not just combing…”
“Listen, Larry and Mitch, we decided not to let Jamie canvas with a weed-whacker in his hand, because, well, it didn't look mayoral.”
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