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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishseedyseed‧y /ˈsiːdi/ adjective informal  BAD PERSONa seedy person or place looks dirty or poor, and is often connected with illegal or immoral activities a seedy nightclub a seedy-looking old man
Examples from the Corpus
seedyGraham and Slater walked down the narrow alley formed by the seedy, decaying stonework and the painted wood.That, sadly, is a market at work, and suppressing it would only bestow the seedy glamour of the underground.We were staying in a seedy hotel in San Francisco close to the red light district.I spotted a seedy little store, pulled over when I could, and quickly hopped out.His only modest joy in life comes from playing trombone with a third-rate jazz band in a seedy neighborhood pub.
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