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3.
a section of a city. for example, in new orleans. there are different sections, mostly divided by streets called "wards" 3rd ward, 13th ward, 10th ward, 5th, 9th 17th etc. many having different names based on the streets theyre on.
"3rd ward magnolia", "13th ward VL", "17th ward hollygrove" etc
by INfaMousgUrL2002 August 01, 2004
 
1.
That place which, if Boulder County, Colorado were to recieve an enema, it would be inserted.
"That Ward place sure is a slum, what a shame too."
by Tacoist June 28, 2004
 
2.
sections of a citiy usually divided up for municipal or district purposes. Wards are typically similar in size but not always in numerical order;for example in new orleans the 15th and 16th wards are not close to each other at all.streets have nothing to do with the names of wards however certain streets do mark the border of a ward.
"I stay downtown in the 9th ward but my brother stay way uptown in the 17th.."
by kaygeezy August 06, 2005
 
4.
Trolling or feeding.
Warding...
by gravensiet September 11, 2013
 
5.
Bathroom, friendly escape from other unsanitary public bathrooms.
A secret public bathroom that you always find yourself resorting to in times of desperate need.
Student with hand raised in 5th period english

Professor: Yes Johnny?

Student: May I please be excused to use the ward?

Professor: Why yes of course.

Student leaves the room and enters school bathroom to notice no stall doors and single ply toilet paper. Turns around, walk out of schools side door across the street to a museum and asks the lady at the counter for the bathroom. Lady points to the left. Boy finds big, nice smelling facilities with plentiful toilet paper and door. Boy enjoys poop. Boy walks back to class.
by Number Two Expert April 13, 2011
 
6.
acronym for What A Rick Day
Jack: this day is so beautiful
Christian: I will declare it a rick day
Connor: W.A.R.D.
by iheartneals June 13, 2008
 
7.
one who is unable to produce good comebacks and therefore must copy others such as the use of the word 'cretin' and phrases such as 'are you on meth?' most typically found around large groups of women acting nervous and repeating poor comments such as 'like your life?' or 'looked in the mirror recently?' is well known to comment on peoples mothers, stalk families, memorise license plate numbers and talk about estate agencies.

suggested to stay far away from one if spotted.
can also be associated with ginger creepy sexually frustrated and harry
person one - are you on meth?
person two - that's not what you're mum said last night
person one - woah, don't do a ward
by alrightbro July 13, 2011