adjective, seed·i·er, seed·i·est.
- seeger, alan,
- seeger, pete,
- seeing eye dog
Origin of seedy
Examples from the Web for seedier
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 Letters of Cicero, Volume 1|Marcus Tullius Cicero
The Marriage went wrong, and wrong—an' Sir 'Ugh agettin' seedier an' seedier every day. 'The Troll Garden and Selected Stories|Willa Cather
adjective seedier or seediest
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.