Definition Of seedy
sordid and disreputable.
his seedy affair with a soft-porn starlet
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.