Definition of 'seedy'
Example sentences containing 'seedy'
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They buy new clothes and hang around and get dragged into seedy parties like that. THE IMAGE OF LAURA (2002)Larry was less impressed with its reputation than Emerald was, for he found it distinctly seedy. YELLOW BIRD (2002)The curtains were drawn and the room was dark like some seedy boudoir. THE EXECUTION (2002)
If you discounted his seedy clothes and his rustic surroundings, he was quite a striking man, really. FURTHER TALES OF THE CITY (2002)
Trends of 'seedy'
Used Occasionally. seedy is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'seedy'
British English: seedy ADJECTIVE
If you describe a person or place as seedy, you disapprove of them because they look dirty and untidy, or they have a bad reputation.
He ran errands for a seedy local villain.
Definition of seedy from the Collins English Dictionary
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