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Definition of weez


  • n. To have the face of a weasel: beady eyes, nervous look, greasy, etc.
    That guy is such a weez.

    Last edited on Oct 20 2002. Submitted by Garrett H. from Hilo, HI, USA on Oct 20 2002.

  • "we're"
    Weez just about to leave.

    Last edited on Nov 20 2002. Submitted by Metaous from The Colony, TX, USA on Nov 20 2002.

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