Seediness



adjective, seedier, seediest.
1.
abounding in seed.
2.
containing many seeds, as a piece of fruit.
3.
gone to seed; bearing seeds.
4.
poorly kept; run-down; shabby.
5.
shabbily dressed; unkempt:
a seedy old tramp.
6.
physically run-down; under the weather:
He felt a bit seedy after his operation.
7.
somewhat disreputable; degraded:
a seedy hotel.
adjective seedier, seediest
1.
shabby or unseemly in appearance: seedy clothes
2.
(of a plant) at the stage of producing seeds
3.
(informal) not physically fit; sickly

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