adjective, tweed·i·er, tweed·i·est.
Related formstweed·i·ness, noun
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.