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seedy

Descriptive of a paint finish that is not smooth owing to undispersed pigment particles or insoluble gel particles in the paint.
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That was the bad New York of the 1970s, with Coney Island as one of its seediest icons.
His quest takes him into the seediest boroughs of New York, where he encounters thieves, assassins, cultists, and worse.
Mostly, though, even the seediest and meanest NHL goons are gracious enough to follow the honored tradition.
Today an Irish Sunday Mirror investigation can reveal Letterkenny, Co Donegal, tops the list of Ireland's seediest vice dens.
One of the seediest styles from the tackiest decade is back, although in some postmodern way we now accept that it is, indeed, tacky.
An incorrigible drinker who scrapped in some of Warsaw's seediest bars, the painter was not inclined towards compromise.
Also, how about a quick tour of some of PDX's seediest and not-so-seedy strip clubs?
Thus it is hardly surprising that if a documentary on Lagos is to be made, it will focus on the seediest examples of life the makers could have found.
Now he is the "voice" of one of the seediest businesses around town.
Drugs are sold in the toilet, while the blitzed under-age drinkers are enjoying knee-tremblers in the seediest corners of the club.
We follow Pierce through three night shifts on successive nights as he patrols the seediest of New York's streets.
The CSIs sift through the murders, suicides, robberies and violent crimes that threaten the streets of Vegas, on and off the Strip, moving beyond the neon decadence to the seediest and deadliest corners of the infamous city in the desert.