seamy side definition
The sordid, unattractive aspect of something: “Lying and stealing are part of the seamy side of life.”
The sordid or base aspect of something, as in This nightclub certainly shows you the seamy side of the community. This term refers to the wrong side of a garment, revealing the stitched seams. Shakespeare used it figuratively in Othello (4:2): “That turn’d your wit the seamy side without.”
noun 1. a male given name, form of John.
[shawn-uh d ey-ruh n] /ˈʃɔn əd ˈeɪ rən/ noun 1. the upper house of the parliament of the Republic of Ireland. Compare Oireachtas (def 1). Seanad Éireann /ˈʃænəð ˈeːrən/ noun 1. (in the Republic of Ireland) the upper chamber of parliament; the Senate
noun 1. a meeting in which a spiritualist attempts to communicate with the spirits of the dead. 2. a session or sitting, as of a class or organization. noun 1. a meeting at which spiritualists attempt to receive messages from the spirits of the dead 2. a meeting of a society
noun 1. any large, stinging jellyfish.