غير طبيعي, كثير البذور, متوعك, متبزر, بائس, رث, ردئ السمعة
- غير طبيعي
Adjective(1) full of seeds(2) shabby and untidy(3) somewhat ill or prone to illness(4) morally degraded
(1) The last time we were together was at a seedy bar in Jerusalem.(2) Alternative guides can offer exciting opportunities to touch the seedy side of the city.(3) Athletic and family-oriented (all children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult), it brings to wholesome life a part of the city that can feel seedy and depressing.(4) Nothing for the spin doctors to worry about, but just the sort of seedy little affair that sets a TV critic's heart aflutter.(5) Brothels are usually seedy affairs, tucked discreetly away from churches, town halls and the like (or so somebody we met in a bar once told us).(6) They suddenly had much less time to hang out in seedy bars and undertake wild art projects.(7) It's a seedy bar in Accra's red-light district.(8) With help from the city, they cleaned up their properties, tore down some of those seedy hotels and landscaped with palm trees.(9) Most of the movie takes place in dark, seedy bars, and for the most part the black level is dark and shadows are well defined, while in other scenes the darker areas appear reddish and indistinct.(10) Think Southern California, and you think surfers, seedy motels, and gas-guzzling cars.(11) All ideas are pretty seedy , aren't they?(12) Stationed in Boston Father Smith is drawn into the seedy underworld of cockfighting.(13) There aren't many homes that make you feel you're both the tightly corseted heroine of a romantic costume drama and a lady of the night about to embark on a seedy affair.(14) We are both Scottish and we both do figurative paintings set in a seedy underworld.(15) One of the most notorious spots for the homeless is Market Street - a seedy section of strip bars, liquor stores and boarded up shops where dozens of junkies, drunks and other street people make the sidewalk their home.(16) The simple set is ingeniously transformed from teen bedroom to hotel lobby to seedy bar.
1. sordid ::
2. dilapidated ::
3. squalid ::
4. scruffy ::
5. indisposed ::
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