(from William Magear Tweed, political leader in New York City 1823-1878) over-development, unnecessary development, or development out of character with the neighborhood, facilitated by corrupt zoning changes, tax abatements, or incentives by politicians to benefit politically connected developers. In short: private gain at public expense.
That area was once two-family homes, now it is being converted to high rises because of a zoning change, it is tweeding in action.
by patsw December 23, 2009
Riding a bicycle while wearing tweed, especially with others in similar attire.
Cycle shop manager "What are you up to tomorrow?"
Cycle mechanic "I'm going tweeding"
by Dee Railleur May 18, 2010
dude so many people were tweeding at the party last night.
by walstonc July 11, 2015
The process of unfollowing people on Twitter.
I just spent an hour tweeding hash taggers from my twitter follow list.
by thepixelsuite December 3, 2008
"We be smokin dat tweed till we fall in the grave." -Bone Thugs N Harmony
by Nicole April 5, 2004
Also known as joint. Budz wrapped up in Z's and twisted at the ends. The earliest history I know of is from the movie 'Friday' (1995) quoted by Mr. Jones
"I betch ya'll been drinkin' that wine too, ain'tcha? And smokin' them tweeds and everything..."
by James S. November 29, 2004
Someone or something that is as or more annoying as a new wool sweater or cloth when worn against bare skin.
"Gosh, he just won't shut up! He's such a tweed!"
by steele_is_more_cool_than_you November 3, 2008