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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtweedytweed‧y /ˈtwiːdi/ adjective  1 British EnglishDC wearing tweed clothes in a way that is thought to be typical of the British upper class2 TIMmade of tweed or like tweed
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tweedytweedy academicsHis vulgarity offended the code of his tweedy circle.There was no sign of anyone resembling the tweedy man that phoned.We smoke a bit of skag, feel better and nod off on the tweedy settee before the heater.Michael Kors' silver mini-sheath with tweedy shell coat. 6.
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