New series: in the weeds

in the weeds

Prepositional phrase
in the weeds

1    (idiomatic) Immersed or entangled in details or complexities.
2    (idiomatic, restaurant slang, of a cook or server) Overwhelmed with diners’ orders.
Synonyms
• (overwhelmed): in over one’s head

wiktionary

I’m starting a new series called “in the weeds.” My columns often discuss complex issues, but occasionally I’m in danger of getting mired in the details. The designation “in the weeds” warns the reader that potentially convoluted subject matter lies ahead.

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