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seedy Sentence Examples

  • It was Charlie's seedy character that disturbed Brady.

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  • Maybe this man had a seedy past – or present, life.

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  • Her unease grew as they reached a seedy neighborhood outside of Little Havana.

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  • The area is famed for being one part seedy and another part developmental for artists.

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  • A cheap honeymoon doesn't have to mean you'll be spending your time together in a seedy motel in some no-name town, miles from civilization.

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  • In each action-packed episode, viewers see the seedy underside of crime, as Dog gives chase through questionable motels, dark alleys, and drug-infested neighborhoods.

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  • Hot on the news of her arrest, Sierra made media headlines with a sex tape shot in a seedy hotel.

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  • While gunplay and the seedy New York underbelly are usually staples of an anti-hero tale, Max is very much a good guy.

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  • Whenever millions and millions of people are involved in something, there's bound to be something seedy happening somewhere.

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  • In fact during our entire stay in New York, no matter how seedy some of the streets looked, I never saw any bulletproof glass.

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  • Maybe this man had a seedy past – or present, life.

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  • The motel was past its prime certainly, but had not yet descended to seedy.

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  • Moss has gone from seedy cokehead to prime time television in 12 weeks.

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  • She sings, I wish my life was a little less seedy / Why am I always so greedy?

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  • lounge lizard through to seedy hipster.

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  • The best of Gainsbourg, in all his guises, from louche lounge lizard through to seedy hipster.

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  • lowlife scum reckons he can run a seedy porn and vise network without me getting my cut of the action!

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  • The traffic tends to come from seedy places like domain names that have lapsed in payment or commonly misspelled domain entries.

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  • No-one is speaking, but there's already enough heat in the seedy motel 's atmosphere to fry a rattle snake or two.

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  • This gives it that seedy nightclub / holiday camp feel.

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  • Currently it is a seedy, dirty, unregulated underworld controlled by pimps.

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  • Underneath, tho, it shows a knowledge of a particularly seedy side of life, where gender politics rule all.

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  • It's a nice day now, and I feel a bit less seedy than writing in a flooded underpass at 5am.

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  • seedy underbelly.

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  • seedy underworld eroding in Benetton colors.

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  • seedy nightclub with two tables.

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  • seedy toe.

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  • seedy bar in a galaxy far, far away.

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  • seedy side of town.

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  • We eventually found the place which turned out to be a rather seedy looking underground car park.

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  • A fine but somewhat seedy specimen that has stood the test of time.

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  • He's not an obvious choice for Macbeth, tho, looking more like a slightly seedy math professor than a military hero.

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  • Either way, it's a very seedy way of marketing.

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  • However both the piers were, by then, pretty seedy places.

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  • It seemed more for men getting a DVD, not for taking women in as it felt very seedy.

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  • He got up for dinner and to-day but is still looking rather seedy.

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  • They blame a recent drop in theater attendances on the impression that the West End has become seedy in recent years.

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  • seedy Are Most Like Bill Clinton No doubt, your legacy may be a little seedier than you'd like.

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  • What I've heard of his music before has been dark, gritty rap about Britain ' s seedy underbelly.

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  • It's a painting of communal harmony; a portrait of a seedy underworld eroding in Benetton colors.

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  • The premise of the game is one of rescue and revenge within the seedy Japanese underworld run by the Yakuza.

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  • It 's a nice day now, and I feel a bit less seedy than writing in a flooded underpass at 5am.

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  • What I 've heard of his music before has been dark, gritty rap about Britain ' s seedy underbelly.

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  • It 's a painting of communal harmony; a portrait of a seedy underworld eroding in Benetton colors.

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  • The action takes place in a seedy nightclub with two tables.

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  • Make sure that your horses are always fully vaccinated against tetanus, an invariably fatal infection which can gain access through a seedy toe.

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  • Think the drama and drag glamor of Rocky Horror set in a seedy bar in a galaxy far, far away.

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  • We set off looking for the seedy side of town.

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  • He 's not an obvious choice for Macbeth, tho, looking more like a slightly seedy math professor than a military hero.

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  • Either way, it 's a very seedy way of marketing.

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  • Poker was once seen as a seedy game played by lowlifes in dives and shady back alleys.

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