seediness

[ UK /sˈiːdɪnəs/ ]
NOUN
  1. a lack of elegance as a consequence of wearing threadbare or dirty clothing
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  • A flat, nightmarish air of mid-afternoon seediness hung about the pub. THE EXECUTION
  • A flat, nightmarish air of mid-afternoon seediness hung about the pub. THE EXECUTION
  • A flat, nightmarish air of mid-afternoon seediness hung about the pub. THE EXECUTION
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  • A casual visitor might suppose it to be a temple dedicated to the genius of seediness.
  • Never have we seen gathered in one place such a collection of underclasses, scoundrels, rogues, and slummocks, all indulging in acts of depravity and vile seediness.
  • A casual visitor might suppose it to be a temple dedicated to the genius of seediness.
  • A flat, nightmarish air of mid-afternoon seediness hung about the pub. THE EXECUTION
  • A flat, nightmarish air of mid-afternoon seediness hung about the pub. THE EXECUTION
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