seedy

Part of speech: noun

Seediness.

Part of speech: adjective

Abounding with seeds, going to seed; ragged; shabby.

Part of speech: adverb

Seedliy.

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Usage examples "seedy":

  1. I felt rather seedy, and didn't mean to play seriously to- night. - "The Guests Of Hercules", C. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson.
  2. Vines are found in the woods of New England which resemble Concord very closely in both vine and fruit, excepting that the grapes are much smaller in size and more seedy. - "Manual of American Grape-Growing", U. P. Hedrick.
  3. Although occurring in this way with an acute attack of laminitis, it must be remembered that seedy- toe may arise without previous noticeable cause. - "Diseases of the Horse's Foot", Harry Caulton Reeks.