The Collaborative International Dictionary
Weaser \Wea"ser\, n. (Zo["o]l.) The American merganser; -- called also weaser sheldrake.
n. (context US dialect English) The American merganser.
Usage examples of "weaser".
He did not have time to consider the implications of a blow powerful enough to send a twelve-hundredton Privateer-class patrol ship tumbling like a pinwheel, nor the fact that the blow itself was the reaction from most of the Weasers air exhausting to space in explosive decompression.