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A weed is an unwanted plant of any species that can quickly adapt to any environment.
Weed or weeds may also refer to:
- Weeds (film), a 1987 film starring Nick Nolte
- Weeds (TV series), an American dark comedy television series about a drug dealing suburban soccer-mom (2005–2012)
- "Weeds" (Millennium), an episode of the TV series Millennium
- "Weeds" (short story), a 1976 story by Stephen King
- Weed Records, a short-lived R&B label of Motown
- The Weeds (UK band), a 1980s indie pop band
- The Lollipop Shoppe, later The Weeds, a 1960s American garage band
- Weeds (album), a 1969 album by Brewer & Shipley
- Weed (album), a 2004 Chris Whitley album
- Weed, Arkansas, an unincorporated community
- Weed, California, a city
- Weed, Kentucky, an unincorporated community
- Weed, New Mexico, an unincorporated community and census-designated place
- Weed (surname)
- A common slang word for cannabis (drug)
- WEED (AM), a radio station in Rocky Mount, North Carolina, United States
- Weeds Act of 1959, an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom
- All pages beginning with "weed"
- All pages with titles containing "weed"
- All pages with titles containing "weeds"
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