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seedy

Synonyms of seedy in English:

adjective

  • 1 he began hanging out at a seedy bar
    sordid, disreputable, seamy, sleazy, corrupt, shameful, low, dark, squalid, unwholesome, unsavoury, rough, mean, nasty, unpleasant
    [Antonyms] classy
  • 2 the live-in caretaker of a seedy block of flats
    informal shambly, crummy
    British informal grotty
    North American informal shacky
    [Antonyms] high-class, fashionable
  • 3 dated feeling rather seedy See ill (sense 1) of the adjective)
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