Chatrooms—at times the seedy strip clubs of internet engagement—are less popular than they once were.
It is a seedy downtown Detroit place, near Wayne State University.
Knightley found him to be a drunken burnout living on a miserable pension over a seedy café in East London.
The Boulevard Carnot, the seedy, downtrodden street that leads out of town, proved the point on my last night there.
And I said no to all the commercials and all the seedy offers.
He did not extend his hand, but stood still, in his seedy clothes and his coat buttoned to his chin, to hide his lack of a shirt.
Not so for Louis, who was impatient that so seedy a person should presume to stop them.
Muffie came in at tea-time next day, seedy rather, but triumphant.
You see the child looking pale and seedy, and say at once, "something on her mind."
She heard him putting his bicycle in the stable underneath, and talking to Jimmy, who had been a pit-horse, and who was seedy.