- n a lack of elegance as a consequence of wearing threadbare or dirty clothing
- It was perhaps a infelicitous metaphor, given both the seediness of Las Vegas and the ridiculous excess of the party itself.
- As for "the seediness of power (prostitutes in the hotel bar, the extravagant wealth, the averted gazes)," Vegas, anyone? Eliot Spitzer? South Florida and the feudal gated .
- Novelist James Welch, 34, neatly juggles despair and hope; the book's sur faces convey both a sad seediness and a tumbledown vitality.
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- Can New Dating Site Take "Sugar Daddy Dating" Mainstream?
Tribe Hollywood Communications, a communications and entertainment company, announces a new website aiming to make "regular" dating more adventurous, sexy and straightforward but skirt the seediness of "sugar daddy" sites. (PRWeb August 08, 2013) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/8/prweb10978776.htm
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- Robert Rodriguez in Voice of America
I just love this material. I've always wanted to do a film noir,Rodriguez says. "I love the seediness, the excitement of it [and] the visceral quality...... the fact that you get to go meet people that you would never meet in your normal...