Definition Of seedy

adjective

sordid and disreputable.

his seedy affair with a soft-porn starlet

unwell.

she felt weak and seedy

Example Of seedy

  • A big port and associated seediness do not together a tourist attraction make, but only a few streets away - on the other side of a narrow neck of land - lies Playa de las Canteras.

  • All ideas are pretty seedy , aren't they?

  • Alternative guides can offer exciting opportunities to touch the seedy side of the city.

  • Anne's eye grew tearful again, as they stepped from the carriage into the somewhat seedy docks of London.

  • At the bar there's loud music and bad boys and girls and a sweet seediness , and nobody's talking about being good, even though the mix of music and humanity brims with a palpable goodness.


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