Now, someone who once supplied famous friends with drugs is talking, shedding light on the seedier side of Hollywood living.
There never was a seedier lot round a table in a gambling hell.
The Marriage went wrong, and wrong—an' Sir 'Ugh agettin' seedier an' seedier every day. '
mid-15c., "fruitful, abundant," from seed (n.) + -y (2). From 1570s as "abounding in seeds." Meaning "shabby" is from 1739, probably in reference to the appearance of a flowering plant that has run to seed. Related: Seediness.