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Seeʹdy

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Weary, worn out, out of sorts; run to seed. A hat or coat is termed seedy when it has become shabby. A man is seedy after a debauch, when he looks and feels out of sorts.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Second-hand
Second Sight
Second Wind (The)
Second of Time (A)
Secondary Colours
Secret de Polichinelle (Le)
Secular Clergy (The)
Secular Games
Sedan Chairs
Sedrat
Seedy
Seel
Seemurgh
Seian Horse (The)
Seidlitz Water
Seiks (pron. Seeks)
Selah
Selama or Selemeh
Selenē
Seleucidæ
Selim