Examples of seamy in a Sentence
She was involved in a seamy corruption scandal.
Recent Examples of seamy from the Web
Staged by John Ferry, the comedy explores the seamier side of Hollywood, the reality lurking just underneath Tinseltown’s Botoxed and styled-to-the-hilt façade.
On the seamier side, David Warner is positively chilling as a ruthless valet.
As a reporter determined to strip Wall Street to its seamy underbelly, Theresa Avia Lim never conveys anything like rabid ambition.
Time The seamy underbelly of college basketball has always existed, despite the halfhearted and mostly futile efforts by the NCAA to make sure everybody plays fair.
Although difficult, that could happen after the seamy story of Menendez’s actions spills out in the trial.
The real question to ask about this story is what exactly the Russians were doing to expose the seamy side of American politics that wasn’t already being done by Republican and Democratic operatives, not to mention the presidential candidates?
But that first filthy photo was followed by more seamy shots of the congressman.
Painstakingly, with everything from typography to body hair, the show recreates 1971 Midtown Manhattan in all its seamy, squalid disorder.
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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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