Examples of tweedy in a Sentence
The fabric is a tweedy blend of wool and mohair.
Recent Examples of tweedy from the Web
Without having weighty origin stories, both brands pitched their products as scientific breakthroughs, more techy than tweedy.
Kathleen Renda: How does a stable in Illinois end up resembling a tweedy gentleman's club?
Grey patterned wallpaper, leather chairs and tweedy ottomans add up to a palette of dark, restful hues, with soft white linens on the comfortable bed providing a crisp counterpoint.
The occasion was the unveiling of American Affairs, a tweedy quarterly journal dedicated to giving intellectual heft and coherence to the amorphous ideology known, for lack of a better term, as Trumpism.
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Definition of tweedy for English Language Learners
: made of tweed or resembling tweed
: wearing tweed clothing or tending to wear tweed clothing
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