adjective, tweed·i·er, tweed·i·est.
- tweedledum and tweedledee,
Origin of tweedy
Examples from the Web for tweedy
“It used to be that you could not research these things adequately,” Tweedy told me.
Tweedy had gone online to research a small discrepancy in a pair of Mormon texts.
Despite their irritation Mellish and Bondy received Lee with all their tweedy cordiality.The Brain|Alexander Blade
Pride of Calpe's rocky mount, the ravenhaired daughter of Tweedy.
Wherever a Veitch and a Tweedy met, they fought, and fought to kill.Highways and Byways in The Border|Andrew Lang
Same house as Molly's namesake, Tweedy, crown solicitor for Waterford.
I am the oldest man in Tweedy's now—older by six years than Sam Collins, who comes next; so there is no mistake about it.