Weems definition by Webster's New World
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Weems, Mason Locke 1759-1825; U.S. clergyman & writer: called Parson Weems
Weems definition by American Heritage Dictionary
, Mason Locke Known as “Parson Weems.” 1759-1825.
American clergyman and writer known for his laudatory fictionalized biography of George Washington (1800), a later edition of which contains the story of Washington chopping down a cherry tree.