- a full of seeds
as seedy as a fig
- s shabby and untidy
he was soiled and seedy and fragrant with gin"- Mark Twain
- s somewhat ill or prone to illness
- s morally degraded
a seedy district
- The loosely connected skits conjured a seedy, hilariously cutthroat world in which there are two kinds of people: the one getting over and the ones getting gotten over on.
- On the screen, when she is not listening to David Bowie tapes in the labyrinthine subway corridors of the station near Berlin's zoo or shooting up heroin in its seedy lavatories .
- From the stage of Boston's Pilgrim Theater, a seedy burlesque house in the city's newly designated "Combat Zone" for sex films and ecdysiast exhibitions, a shapely,.
News & Articles
- Taxidermic animals spring to life in Times Square
A surreal performance event at the Aspen Social Club melds the sleek and seedy sides of midtown Manhattan
June 15, 2013 - Salon.com
- Peek into murky campaign finance: PAC that aided Williams shows flaws
The slick, seedy world of campaign contributions is not safely quarantined in Washington. Restorin
June 13, 2013 - Lexington Herald-Leader
- Poppy hopes to stand despite another fall
Poppy hopes to stand despite another fall Times Union Copyright 2013 Times Union. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Updated 7:05 am, Wednesday, June 12, 2013 Schenectady Poppy went back to the rock. It took less than two days of freedom for Samuel "Poppy" Baez to relapse at the end of a crack pipe in a seedy motel on upper State ...
June 12, 2013 - Albany Times Union
- Tony Clement in CTV.ca
Clement said Insite has done little to reduce drug overdose deaths because most narcotics are still used in "back alleys and seedy motels."
- Lindsey Graham in CNN Political Ticker (blog)
You know, change you can believe in,Graham said referring to a frequent theme of Obama's underdog presidential campaign, "after this health care bill debacle, [that] has now becoming an empty slogan. And it's really been replaced by seedy...
- Ellen Wheeler in Los Angeles Times
My office also functions as an office and a church - there are pews lined up behind my desk,Wheeler said. "Another executive's office is a nail salon, another one doubles as a hotel room, and then another has what we call, 'the seedy motel...