Weeds

From The Jolly Contrarian
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Lingo update
A target-rich environment, yesterday.


The JC keeps you bang up to date with the best in class.

Click ᐅ to expand:

Get in touch
Comments? Questions? Suggestions? Requests? Sign up for our newsletter? Questions? We’d love to hear from you.
BREAKING: Get the new weekly newsletter here Old editions here

Weeds /wiːdz/ (n.)
(usage: into the ~; deep in the ~ etc.)
A lush undergrowth of spontaneously propagated indentures, subscription agreements, confidentiality agreements and the like which traditionally provide abundant nesting materials (flax, dry twigs, liability carve-ins and carve-outs, indemnity scoping arguments, governing law and jurisdiction clauses, wild celery and so on) for local legal eagles. Sometimes their chicks find these nests so comforting that many spend their entire lives feasting on the rich biodiversity they find there.

See also