Meaning of seedy
Pronunciation: (sē'dē), [key]
— seed•i•er, seed•i•est.
- abounding in seed.
- containing many seeds, as a piece of fruit.
- gone to seed; bearing seeds.
- poorly kept; run-down; shabby.
- shabbily dressed; unkempt: a seedy old tramp.
- physically run-down; under the weather: He felt a bit seedy after his operation.
- somewhat disreputable; degraded: a seedy hotel.
- seedy (Thesaurus)