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seepy

[ see-pee ]
/ ˈsi pi /
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adjective, seep·i·er, seep·i·est.

(especially of ground, a plot of land, or the like) soaked or oozing with water; not drained.

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Origin of seepy

An Americanism dating back to 1855–60; seep + -y1
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Example sentences from the Web for seepy

  • The so-called "seepy places" so often noted along a road are generally the result of this condition.

  • I am so very seepy in the morning that my man wakens me above ten times; and now I can tell oo no news of this day.

    The Journal to Stella|Jonathan Swift
  • An I'll tell you nite ittle tory to-night, tause you isn't seepy.

    Timothy's Quest|Kate Douglas Wiggin
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