Examples of seamy in a Sentence
She was involved in a seamy corruption scandal.
Recent Examples of seamy from the Web
But the act was a shock, even for a series about the seamy underbelly of a reality dating show.
The thefts have proliferated along with the rise in prices for the most coveted items, the seamy side of the $1 billion market for rare sports collectibles.
A last-minute switch was arranged to a space around the corner, still very much in the seamy, unseemly vein.
Rather, Kunkel’s book exposes the seamy side of the industry with shocking candor.
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First Known Use of seamy
SEAMY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of seamy for English Language Learners
: of or relating to unpleasant and usually illegal things (such as crime, drugs, etc.)
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