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Sweater Weather.
Usually in Fall weather that is perfect for a sweater.
Person one: The air is crisp today.
Person two: Oh yea, it's sweather already.
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When you think up something brilliantly righteous while baked.
X: I had this great highdea last night
Y: You clearly were philosopher stoned.
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Fall weather that is just chilly enough for a sweater, but not cold enough for a coat. It is the perfect sweater weather. Most people enjoy sweather because of the juxtaposed chilliness of the face and hands with the warmth of the body under the sweater, much like people enjoy a warm blanket in a cold room. Very few geographical locations experience perfect sweather for long periods of time, so sweather is usually accompanied by a lot of talk about the beginning of sweather, upsales in sweaters, and a rise in talk of fall fashion.
Fashion aware boy: It's perfect sweather outside, I can't wait to walk around and show everyone how good I look!
by twas_brillig October 01, 2012
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"sweater weather" when it is cold enough that one begins to wear sweaters.
"Its sweater weather Jack!"
"Oh, you mean sweather?"
by Thejman December 10, 2013
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The proper way to spell "sweater."
Cool red sweatHer, vro.
Thanks, b. I dig yo sweatHer too, b :cryingfaceemoji: :100: :eggplant:
by Ornlu September 07, 2017
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Regarding a specific sweater and the weather at the same time
It was a beautiful day and Joe had a nice sweater on.
Dave: hey, nice sweather
Joe: thanks...I think
by Shealtiel February 21, 2019
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Another word for obscene incompetence, or absolute fuck up. Originated from a mass produced/distributed mug which meant to read, “Sweater Weather,” and instead read “Sweater Sweather.” Can be used in noun, verb, or adjective form.
“Take your sweather somewhere else, Kyle.”
“You’re so fucking sweather.”
Not gonna lie, I sweathered that one pretty bad.”
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