tumbleweed

[n] - any plant that breaks away from its roots in autumn and is driven by the wind as a light rolling mass 2. [n] - bushy plant of western United States
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tumbleweed

noun any plant that breaks away from its roots in autumn and is driven by the wind as a light rolling mass
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tumbleweed

Amaranthus graecizans noun bushy plant of western United States
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Tumbleweed

• (n.) Any plant which habitually breaks away from its roots in the autumn, and is driven by the wind, as a light, rolling mass, over the fields and prairies; as witch grass, wild indigo, Amarantus albus, etc.
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tumbleweed

tumbleweed, any of several plants, particularly abundant in prairie and steppe regions, that commonly break from their roots at maturity and, drying into a rounded tangle of light, stiff branches, roll before the wind, covering long distances and scattering seed as they go. The Russian thistle—...
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Tumbleweed

Describes one who is NO JOY, BLIND, and rapidly losing situation awareness, in a request for directive commentary and orientation. Colloquially NO TALLY; NO VISUAL, NO CLUE!
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Tumbleweed

A tumbleweed is a structural part of the above-ground anatomy of any of a number of species of plants, a diaspore that, once it is mature and dry, detaches from its root or stem, and tumbles away in the wind. In most such species the tumbleweed is in effect the entire plant apart from the root system, but in other plants a hollow fruit or an inflo...
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