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seedy

adjective

Synonyms and Antonyms of seedy

  1. 1 showing signs of advanced wear and tear and neglect a seedy but historic neighborhood that's just waiting for some new homeowners to come in and rehabilitate it Synonyms of seedy beat-up, bombed-out, dilapidated, dog-eared, down-at-the-heels (or down-at-heel also down-at-the-heel or down-at-heels), dumpy, grungy, mangy, mean, miserable, moth-eaten, neglected, ratty, run-down, scrubby, scruffy, shabby, sleazy, tacky, tatterdemalion, tatty, threadbare, timeworn, tumbledownWords Related to seedy abandoned, uncared-for, unkept; desolate, forlorn, godforsaken; broken-down, decrepit, tired, worn-out; bedraggled, dingy, ragged, tattered; decaying, deteriorated, deteriorating, rackety, ramshackle, rattletrap, rickety, tumbledown; broken, damaged, destroyed, harmed, hurt, impaired, injured, ruined, wreckedNear Antonyms of seedy brand-new, fresh, new; cared-for, kept-up, maintained; mended, patched, rebuilt, reconstructed; smart, spiffy, spruce

  2. 2 worn or torn into or as if into rags chose old, seedy clothes to wear while painting the bathroom Synonyms of seedy frayed, raggedy, ratty, ragged, shabby, tattered, threadbare, worn-outWords Related to seedy dowdy, scruffy, tatterdemalion; dingy, faded; lacerate (or lacerated), shredded; holey, patchy; broken-down, decrepit, dilapidated, dog-eared, grungy, mangy, moth-eaten, run-down, scuzzy [slang], tackyNear Antonyms of seedy brand-new, new, spick-and-span (or spic-and-span), unused



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