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WEA

abbreviation for (in Britain)
  1. Workers' Educational Association
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Historical Examples

  • On the morning of June first, 1791, the landscape of the Wea is a thing of beauty.

    The Land of the Miamis

    Elmore Barce

  • To the east lies Wea creek, jutting out into the plain with a sharp turn, and then gliding on again to the river.

  • Scott moves briskly forward with the main body for the villages of the Weas, at the mouth of Wea creek.

  • About the same time, two Wea Indians were badly wounded near Vincennes by some whites without the slightest provocation.

  • When they removed from Illinois they confederated with the Piankeshaw and Wea, with whom they have since been associated.