from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. An earth-house; an artificial cave or subterranean building.


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  • “Whee dee dee dee oh whee dee dee dee we um weem a way . . .”

    Forever Lost

  • February 22, 2008 at 9:01 pm iz coz weem a liddul stoopee wen wii am jung an doan machewah in 2 kompleatlee stoopee til wii r owld enuff 2 noe beddah. nao u wud fink it eben phunnyear taht she cud fink wot she funk … mebbeh?

    When 900 years old you reach - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • March 4, 2008 at 2:15 pm ah weeeeeeeee eee eee eeee ah wee muh bum buh way ah weeeeeeeee eee eee eeee ah wee muh bum buh way ah weem a web ah weem a web

    Dis is de las piktur - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • The months of the year Look at the taqwiim (tak-weem; calendar) and choose the shahr (shah-her; month) most suitable not only to your travel plans but also to the dawla (daw-lah; country) you're visiting.

    Arabic for Dummies

  • I agree that would be a prime location, but looking at other Target-like locations, they weem to tend to prefer locations where there are other retailers immediately nearby.

    Yet Another Shopping Center at

  • On that last number, assistant principal Aileen Colón volunteered the "weem-o-wep" part.

    Coitus Interruptus

  • She took the way, therefore, that led past the weem.

    Heather and Snow

  • Steenie, for the first and the last time, came out of the weem, he fled to the Horn.

    Heather and Snow

  • Singing this childish rime, dear to the slow-waking soul of Steenie, she had come almost to the bottom of the hill, was just stepping over the top of tho weem, when something like a groan startled her.

    Heather and Snow

  • Steenie seemed always to experience a strange sort of terror while waiting for anyone to come out of the weem, into which he never entered; and it was his repugnance to the place that chiefly moved him to build a house of his own.

    Heather and Snow


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  • Though life in a burrow may seem

    A low and impoverished scheme

    Some in a snooty vein

    Call it a souterrain,

    But all of us know it’s a weem.

    April 16, 2018