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Adjective: seedy (seedier,seediest)  see-dee
  1. Morally degraded; unpleasant and offensive; slovenly
    "a seedy district";
    - seamy, sleazy, sordid, squalid
  2. Shabby and untidy
    "he was soiled and seedy and fragrant with gin";
    - scruffy, daggy [Austral, NZ, informal]
  3. Full of seeds
    "as seedy as a fig"
  4. [archaic] Somewhat ill, feeling or being in bad health
    "my poor seedy grandmother";
    - ailing, indisposed, peaked, poorly, sickly, unwell, under the weather [informal], off-colour [Brit, informal], out of sorts [informal], grotty [Brit, informal], crook [Austral, NZ, informal]

Derived forms: seedier, seediest

See also: black-seeded, disreputable, ill, multi-seeded, one-seed, one-seeded, seeded, several-seeded, sick, single-seeded, small-seeded, three-seeded, white-seeded, worn

Antonym: seedless

Encyclopedia: Seedy